This set of Traditional Logic Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Traditional Logic Set 6

Q1 | Deduction and Induction are two main forms of
Q2 | The Proposition ‘If you work hard then you will succeed’ is
Q3 | The proposition’ Some Indians are not jealous’ is a
Q4 | When a term refers only to a part of the class of things denoted by that termsaid to be
Q5 | The relation between two Universal propositions having same subject, same predicate but differ only in quality is
Q6 | The relation between two Particular propositions having same subject, same predicate but differ only in quality is
Q7 | The relation between two propositions having same subject, same predicate but differ only in quantity is
Q8 | The relation between two propositions having same subject, same predicate but differ both in quantity and in quality is
Q9 | The relation between two propositions having same subject, same predicatebut differ in quality or in quantity or both in quality and quantity is called
Q10 | Euler’s Circles are diagrams representing -------------- of terms
Q11 | The quantity of ‘A’ proposition is
Q12 | The quantity of ‘E’ proposition is
Q13 | The quantity of ‘ I’ proposition is
Q14 | The quantity of ‘ O’ proposition is
Q15 | The quality of ‘ A’ proposition is
Q16 | The quality of ‘ E’ proposition is
Q17 | The quality of ‘ I’ proposition is
Q18 | The quality of ‘ O’ proposition is
Q19 | The contrary opposition of ‘A’ proposition is
Q20 | The Sub-contrary opposition of ‘I’ proposition is
Q21 | The Subaltern opposition of ‘A’ proposition is
Q22 | The Subaltern opposition of ‘E’ proposition is
Q23 | The Contradictory opposition of ‘A’ proposition is 12
Q24 | The Contradictory opposition of ‘E’ proposition is
Q25 | Logic is the science of-----------.