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Chapter 1. Concept
Exercise 15.
Determine the type of relationships between concepts, draw it with a circular pattern.
15.9. Bursaries. Ignorance.
Exercise 18.
Limit concept.
18.9. Political party.
Exercise 24.
Set correctly the following definitions (in the wrong definitions specify which rule is violated).
24.9. Legal capacity - the ability to have rights.
Exercise 28.
Check the division of concepts; in the wrong division, specify which rules are broken.
28.4. Misdemeanors are disciplinary, administrative and immoral.

Chapter 2: Judgment
Exercise 4.
Judgments with a complex subject and predicate difficult to express in symbolic form.
4.9. The supreme direct expression of the will of the people shall be referenda and free elections.
Exercise 6.
Give unified classification judgments, draw relationships between terms using Euler diagram, determine the distribution of subject and predicate.
6.9. All acts of my comedy in all their diversity occur in the course of the year (Montaigne).
Exercise 11.
Specify the connection and separation judgments in the past - type of disjunction (strict or not strict, complete or incomplete), give a symbolic entry of judgment. If the judgment is not expressed in explicit logical form, specify it using the word "and" and "or".
11.9. Life is short, art is long.
Exercise 12.
Specify the antecedent and consequent of conditional and equivalent judgments, give them a symbolic record. If the judgment is not expressed in explicit logical form, specify it using the ligaments, "If ... then ..." and "if and only if ..., then ...".
12.8. When employees violate discipline, the administration has the right to demand explanations from them.

Chapter 3. Deductive reasoning. Conclusions from simple judgments
Exercise 2.
Check the conversion. In the wrong turning draw the right conclusions. Chart display.
2.2. Some berries are inedible.
Some berries are edible.
Exercise 6.
Check the circulation. If the call is wrong, draw the right conclusions. Chart display.
6.7. Any violation - the wrongful act.
Some wrongful acts - violation.
Exercise 10.
Build logical square. Based on it, display the opposite judgment, and contrary slave data. Set their truth or falsity.
10.7. All testimony confirmed.
Chapter 4: Deductive reasoning. Conclusions of the difficult judgments
Exercise 3.
Using conditional premise, build reasoning: a) approver; b) denies modus, build their scheme in symbolic notation. If the conditional premise is not expressed explicitly, specify it in the obvious logical form (with a bunch of "if ... then ...").
3.8. The trouble is, since the furnace will start a cobbler pies (Krylov).
Exercise 5.
Make a conclusion from the premises, set whether or not he needed.
5.8. If by the investigative experiment established that the event could take place only in this way and no other way, the implications of these results of the experiment are reliable. Conclusions of the experimental results are reliable.
Exercise 7.
Using a separation package, build reasoning: a) utverzhdayusche-denier; b) by negating-approver modus; based on the mode of the scheme, determine whether the need to conclude from the premises.
7.8. The theft could have been committed or B. or C. or D.
Exercise 8.
Formulate arguments in one of the modes of separation and definitive conclusions, build his scheme.
8.8. Carefully inspect the room in which the crime was committed, Sherlock Holmes Dr. Watson said the following: "We know that the offender has not penetrated through the smoke move. We also know that he could not hide in the bathroom, because it nowhere to hide. How, then he penetrated here? ". - "Through the roof!" - I cried. - "Without a doubt. He could have penetrated

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