This set of Traditional Logic Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Traditional Logic Set 5

Q1 | Modus tollens is a
Q2 | Modus ponento tollens is a
Q3 | If the conclusion of a Dilemma is Disjunctive proposition, it is called
Q4 | Inductive Logic is also known as
Q5 | Conclusion drawn from the premises by counting particular instances is in
Q6 | Conclusion drawn from the premises based on the similarities among the particular facts is in
Q7 | Scientific Induction has --------------- stages
Q8 | Scientific Induction starts with
Q9 | Experiment is
Q10 | The guess about the cause of an event is called
Q11 | Induction is --------------- process
Q12 | In a Syllogism, if one of the premises is Particular, then the conclusion will be
Q13 | In a Syllogism, if one of the premises is Negative, then the conclusion will be
Q14 | Conclusion drawn from the premises by counting all particular instances is in
Q15 | Conclusion drawn from the premises by counting some particular instances is in
Q16 | The process of jumping from ‘Some to All’ is called
Q17 | Observation under man made condition is called
Q18 | Verified Hypothesis is called
Q19 | Proved Hypothesis is called
Q20 | The Hypothesis which cannot be verified is called
Q21 | Postulates of Induction is also known as
Q22 | The Hypothesis which is accepted temporally is called
Q23 | Opposition is a ----------------------Inference
Q24 | Which among the following is an Eduction
Q25 | How many propositions are there in an Opposition