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(answered) – 1 SECTION 1: MULTIPLE CHOICE AND TRUE/FALSE. 1. Accepting aDescriptionSolution downloadThe QuestionHi tutors! If this can be completed (attachment below). That would be wonderful! Most of it is multiple choice/ True/false statement. And the last two questions are written answers I believe! I need this to be 100% if possible. Thank you in advance to whoever picks this up!?1SECTION 1: MULTIPLE CHOICE AND TRUE/FALSE.1. Accepting a claim solely because it furthers your interests?a. Is reasonableb. Is contrary to principles of critical thinkingc. Is consistent with principles of critical thinkingd. Is a shortcut to reliable conclusions2. Reasonable doubt is unacceptable in critical thinking.a. Trueb. False3. Truth-preserving arguments are?a. Deductiveb. Inductivec. Invalidd. Persuasive4. This argument??If Einstein invented the steam engine, then he?s a great scientist. Einstein didnot invent the steam engine. Therefore, he is not a great scientist??is an example of?a. Affirming the consequentb. Affirming the antecedentc. Denying the antecedentd. Denying the consequent5. A necessary condition for the occurrence of an event is one without which the event?a. Could occur given enough timeb. Could possibly occurc. Cannot occurd. Is possible6. Good inductive arguments are sound.a. Trueb. False7. Inference is…a. The essential ingredient in persuasionb. A critical formulationc. The process of reasoning from premises to a conclusiond. The process of inferring from conclusion to premises8. Critical thinking is the enemy of?a. Unwarranted assumptions2b. Subjective beliefsc. Persuasiond. Creative thinking9. A statement given in support of another statement is called?a. An indicatorb. A premisec. A conclusiond. A non sequitur10. Truth-preserving arguments are?a. Deductiveb. Inductivec. Invalidd. Persuasive11. This argument??If Einstein invented the steam engine, then he?s a great scientist. Einsteindid not invent the steam engine. Therefore, he is not a great scientist??is an example of?a. Affirming the consequentb. Affirming the antecedentc. Denying the antecedentd. Denying the consequent12. A necessary condition for the occurrence of an event is one without which the event?a. Could occur given enough timeb. Could possibly occurc. Cannot occurd. Is possible13. Good inductive arguments are sound.a. Trueb. False14. The classic argument??The Bible says that God exists. The Bible is true because God wroteit. Therefore, God exists??is an example of?a. Appeal to emotionb. Appeal to the personc. Appeal to traditiond. Begging the question15. This argument??Either you support the war or you are a traitor to your country. You don?tsupport the war. So you?re a traitor??is an example of?a. False dilemmab. Begging the question3c. Equivocationd. Innuendo16. The drawing of a conclusion about a target group based on an inadequate sample size isknown as?a. Equivocationb. Hasty generalizationc. Begging the questiond. Argument from ignorance17. The symbolic form of ?It is not the case that philosophy is dead, and it is not true that sciencehas replaced it? is?a. p v qb. ~p & ~qc. ~p & q18. The following truth table is for which symbolized argument:aba&ba-TTTTTFFTFTFFFFFFA.a&baB.a&b~abC.a&bb&aaD.4~a & ba19. The following is the truth table for?qpqpqTTTTTTFFTFFTTFTFFTFFpa. Affirming the consequentb. Modus ponensc. Denying the ant