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For each of these arguments determine whether the argument
is correct or incorrect and explain why.
a) Everyone enrolled in the university has lived in a dormitory.
Mia has never lived in a dormitory. Therefore,
Mia is not enrolled in the university.
b) A convertible car is fun to drive. Isaac’s car is not a
convertible. Therefore, Isaac’s car is not fun to drive.
c) Quincy likes all actionmovies. Quincy likes themovie
Eight Men Out. Therefore, Eight Men Out is an action
movie.
d) All lobstermen set at least a dozen traps. Hamilton is a
lobsterman. Therefore, Hamilton sets at least a dozen
traps
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