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# Some judges are member of the bar. No member of the bar is a

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Some judges are member of the bar. No member of the bar is a convicted felon. Therefore, some judges are not convicted felons.

Which of the following is logically most similar to the argument developed above?
A) anyone who jogs in the heat will be sick. I do not jog in the heat and will therefore likely never be sick
B) people who want to avoid jury duty will not register to vote. A person may not vote until age 18. Therefore, persons under 18 are not called for jury duty
C) all businesses file a tax return, but many businesses do not make enough money to pay taxes. Therefore, some businesses do not make a profit
D) all non-students were excluded from the meeting, but some non-students were interested in the issues discussed. Therefore, some non-students interested in the issues are not allowed in the meeting
E) the Grand Canyon is large. The Grand Canyon is in Arizona. Therefore, Arizona is large.
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24 Jun 2004, 20:03
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Some judges are member of the bar. No member of the bar is a convicted felon. Therefore, some judges are not convicted felons.

1) some students interested in issue == some judges member of bar
2) all students excluded == no member is convicted felon

---> some students were excluded == some judges are not felons

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25 Jun 2004, 04:50
D for me.

Same reasoning. I almost feel into the trap thinking that the conclusion reads: Therefore, all judges are not convicted felons. Got to be careful of that some!
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25 Jun 2004, 05:07
Subset patterns in D are similar to those in the argument.

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25 Jun 2004, 17:14
OA is D
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