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Question 1 of 14

If “not D” is the case, which of the following conclusions can be properly made?

A

Not F is the case

B

C is the case

C

Not C and Not F are the cases

D

Not C is the case

Question 2 of 14

What is the correct contrapositive for the following statement?:

A

If my brother goes, I'll go to the park.

B

Whenever my brother can't make it to the park, I can't either.

C

If I don't go to the park, my brother won't go.

D

When my brother goes, I'll go to the park too.

Question 3 of 14

Which statement comes closest to the meaning of this diagram? 

A

Unless Annie goes, Fannie won't go.

B

For Fannie to go, she needs Annie to go.

C

If Fannie goes, Annie won't go.

D

If Annie doesn't go, Fannie won't go.

Question 4 of 14

Which statements comes closest to the meaning of this diagram? 

A

If Alba goes to the park, then Dario will go, but only if Bob goes, too.

B

If Barry doesn't go to the concert, Drake will go, and Drake won't go if Barry doesn't. Arya goes if Drake goes.

C

Danny will go to the bar if Bunny goes. However, if Danny doesn't go, Annie won't either. Bunny says she'll only go if Danny does.

D

Unless Abby goes to the park, Dean won't go. If Dean goes, Barker will go too.

Question 5 of 14

Which statement comes closest to the meaning of this diagram? 

A

Where Alice doesn't venture, Frantz will.

B

Only Frantz goes where Alice goes.

C

Only Alice doesn't go where Frantz goes.

Question 6 of 14

Which statement comes closest to the meaning of this diagram? 

A

Barney travels only if Dana goes, and Clara travels when Dana does.

B

Barney and Clara travel when Dana does.

C

Clara will travel when Dana and Barney travel together.

D

Only if Dana travels will Clara travel. Barney will travel when Dana does.

Question 7 of 14

What must be true based on these statements?

A

It's not Wednesday, so she's not shopping.

B

She's not shopping today, so it's not Wednesday.

C

It's not Wednesday, so she will go shopping.

D

Today's Friday, she will go shopping.

E

It's Thursday and she's going shopping.

Question 8 of 14

Choose the most appropriate evaluation of this argument:

A

This argument is valid because she fulfilled the requirements of visitation.

B

This argument is invalid because Janet would be considered a family member at any other hospital, and Johnson should apply different rules to her.

C

This argument is invalid because it does not consider Janet may be unable to visit despite fulfilling one necessary condition.

D

This argument is invalid because it assumes that Janet has plans to visit her boyfriend during those hours.

E

This argument is valid because Janet has visited during these hours before, so she should be able to again.

Question 9 of 14

Each of the following statements could be true based on the statements above EXCEPT:

A

Some of her clothes are made with shabby fabric, but they're not older than 4 years.

B

It's possible that some of her clothes are not quality, even if they're made with quality fabric.

C

She owns some clothes that are both high-end and older than 6 months.

D

Most of her clothes are about one year old, and 40% are high-end.

Question 10 of 14

What must be true based on these statements?

A

A lack of faith will lead to the stagnation or failure of this democracy.

B

Faith, discipline, and resources will guarantee the education needed for democracy to thrive.

C

Raising taxes will lead to the earning of resources, and resources ensure the populace will be educated.

D

An educated populace is always a part of a thriving democracy, but disciplined people are not always a part of it.

Question 11 of 14

Which of the following conclusions can be properly drawn from the statements above?

A

The Akkadian Empire was known for its artistic achievements.

B

Ancient Rome was a civilization and known for its extreme violence.

C

It can't be true that Ancient Rome was both a civilization and known for its artistic achievement.

D

There are some civilizations that were known for extreme violence, but did not reach the level of empire.

E

Unless the Akkadian Empire is recognized as a civilization, it can't be recognized as one, with or without extreme violence.

Question 12 of 14

On the basis of these statements, what cannot be true?

A

Jerry makes the track team without the assistant coach's approval.

B

Jerry fulfills all requirements yet doesn't make the team.

C

Jerry has a GPA of 4.0 and doesn't make the team.

D

Jerry has the approval of the coach but not the assistant coach.

Question 13 of 14

Which assumption below would allow Mandy’s conclusion to be properly drawn?

A

There's never been any SuccessBiz applicant who had the required certification that didn't get the job.

B

Every applicant with the necessary certification is guaranteed a job at SuccessBiz.

C

If Mandy gets the job, she has the required certification.

D

If Mandy doesn't get the job at SuccessBiz, it's because her certification was not the correct one.

Question 14 of 14

Which assumption is necessary for this argument to hold?

A

Her mother has never lied to her about making deals to do fun activities, and she's not lying now.

B

It's guaranteed that if one studies hard 3 hours a day, they'll do well on the test she needs to take.

C

In the past, every student who studied over 2 hours a day did well on the test she has to take.

D

Her mother told her if she studies very hard 3 hours a day, she can go to the concert.

E

There are other requirements that she didn't fulfill that are necessary for her to go to the concert.

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