by Michael K. Green
An interactive tutorial program to accompany The Art of Reasoning, 3e by David E. Kelley
Hundreds of interactive problems facilitate the application of analytical techniques discussed in the text. Here you can attempt as many answers as you wish without being penalized.
This module simulates an examination environment in which you may attempt to answer a problem only once. Our "mark and mail" feature allows you to score your performance and email the results directly to your instructor.
|2. Classification||8. Categorical Propositions||14. Predicate Logic|
|3. Definition||9. Categorical Syllogisms||15. Inductive Generalization|
|4. Propositions||10. Disjunctive and Hypothetical Syllogisms||16. Argument by Analogy|
|5. Basic Argument Analysis||12. Propositional Logic-Symbolic Notation||17. Statistical Reasoning|
|6. Fallacies||13. Propositional Logic Arguments||18. Explanation|
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