## Chapter 9: CATEGORICAL SYLLOGISMS - Practice on Figure -

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 1. No A are B and all C are B. Therefore, No C are A.What is the figure of this syllogism? a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d) Figure 4 2. Some X are not Y, and All X are Z. Therefore, some Z are not Y.What is the figure of this syllogism? a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d) Figure 4 3. No M are C, because every M are N and No N are C.What is the figure of this syllogism? a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d) Figure 4 4. All D are R, and some D are Q. Therefore, some R are Q.What is the figure of this syllogism? a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d) Figure 4 5. All A are B, and all C are A, so all C are B.What is the figure of this syllogism? a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d) Figure 4 6. All P are M, and so no S are P, because no S are M.What is the figure of this syllogism? a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d) Figure 4 7. Some S are P, because all M are P and some S are M.What is the figure of this syllogism? a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d) Figure 4 8. Some W are not R, and all W are K. Therefore, some K are not R.What is the figure of this syllogism? a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d) Figure 4 9. All T are R. Why? Because All R are L, and all T are L.What is the figure of this syllogism? a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d) Figure 4 10. No A are O, and no B are O. Thus, no B are A.What is the figure of this syllogism? a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d) Figure 4 11. Any M is N. Hence, all Q, which are M, are N.What is the figure of this syllogism? a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d) Figure 4 12. No P are Q. Since no R are Q, it follows that all R are P.What is the figure of this syllogism? a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d) Figure 4 13. Some S are P, and no p are Q, so no S are Q.What is the figure of this syllogism? a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d) Figure 4 14. All A are G, and no G are S. Thus, no S are A.What is the figure of this syllogism? a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d) Figure 4 15. Some M are not Y. Also, some S are not Y. Therefore, it follows that some S are not M.What is the figure of this syllogism? a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d) Figure 4 16. No A are B, but some C are A. Thus, some C are B.What is the figure of this syllogism? a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d) Figure 4 17. Some R are X, and some C are not X. Therefore, some C are R.What is the figure of this syllogism? a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d) Figure 4 18. No R are S, and all R are P. Therefore, no P are S.What is the figure of this syllogism? a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d) Figure 4 19. All W are S. Thus, all P are W, because all S are P.What is the figure of this syllogism? a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d) Figure 4 20. All P are Q, and some Q are M. Thus, some M are P.What is the figure of this syllogism? a) Figure 1 b) Figure 2 c) Figure 3 d) Figure 4