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E. Argument; conclusion: The majority of them are based in the United States. ANS: D PTS: 2 17. Microorganisms are an essential part of the web of life in every environment. Microorganisms in the oceans and in bodies of fresh water capture energy from sunlight and store it in molecules that other organisms use as food. They decompose dead organisms and waste materials from living organisms. And they even make nitrogen available to plants. 37 a. b. c. d. e. Jacquelyn C. Black, Microbiology: Principles and Explorations Argument; conclusion: Microorganisms in the oceans ...

Putting the water into the freezer. c. Pouring the water into an ice cube tray. d. Lowering the temperature of the water below 40° F. e. Lowering the temperature of the water to 20° F. ANS: E PTS: 2 44. If a deductive argument has false premises and a false conclusion, then we know: a. Nothing as such about the argument's validity. b. The argument is invalid. c. The argument is valid. d. The argument is weak. e. The argument is uncogent. ANS: A PTS: 2 PROBLEM 42 INSTRUCTIONS: The following problems relate to the counterexample method.

Being a collie. e. Having fur. ANS: D PTS: 2 44. Which of the following is a necessary condition for going ice skating? a. Wearing skates. 53 b. c. d. e. Driving to the ice rink. Having the skates sharpened. Falling down on the ice. Tracing a figure 8 in the ice. ANS: A PTS: 2 PROBLEM INSTRUCTIONS: The following problems relate to the counterexample method. 1. PART A No symbols of equality are threats to civil order, for no gay marriages are threats to civil order, and all gay marriages are symbols of equality.

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