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This set of Traditional Logic Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Traditional Logic Set 8

Q1 | Deductive arguments are typically ----------.
Q2 | The relationship between premises and conclusion in a deductive argumentis--.
Q3 | In induction, reasoning proceeds to a conclusion that is ---------- to the scopeof its premises.
Q4 | In inductive reasoning the conclusion is -------.
Q5 | Discovering a new ------- is permissible in inductive reasoning.
Q6 | Inductive arguments are properly characterised as
Q7 | Inductive method is identified with
Q8 | A single ------ is enough to prove the inductive conclusion false.
Q9 | An advantage of inductive reasoning is
Q10 | Truth or Falsehood may be predicated of --------.
Q11 | Validity or Invalidity may be predicated of ---------.
Q12 | If it is possible for the premises of a deductive argument to be true and itsconclusion to be false, that argument is
Q13 | The claim of an inductive argument is that premises provide---------- for theconclusion.
Q14 | A valid deductive argument with true premises is called a ------ argument.
Q15 | A deductive argument is sound if and only if it is
Q16 | Deduction and Induction are two main forms of---------.
Q17 | Deductive logic is also known as
Q18 | Inductive logic is also known as
Q19 | Deduction and Induction are two types of----------.
Q20 | A term can have -------- in its proposition.
Q21 | Words and names can become terms only if they are used in---------.
Q22 | Both premises and conclusion of an argument are _______.
Q23 | The two kinds of propositions are
Q24 | The sign of relation between two terms is called a ________.
Q25 | Denotation is the same as _______.