# Study sets matching "lsat"

Study sets

Classes

Users

What are the five steps to the logic ga…

What are the four steps to the Overview?

What are the 6 things to look for when…

What is the strategy for Acceptability…

1. Overview... 2. Sketch... 3. Rules... 4. Deductions... 5. Questions

S- Situation... E- Entities... A- Action... L- Limitations

B- Blocks of entities... L- Limited options... E- Established entiti…

go through the rules and eliminate answer choices that break t…

What are the five steps to the logic ga…

1. Overview... 2. Sketch... 3. Rules... 4. Deductions... 5. Questions

What are the four steps to the Overview?

S- Situation... E- Entities... A- Action... L- Limitations

A ---> B... A... ____________... B

A ---> B... /B... ____________... /A

A ---> B ---> C... ___________... A ---> C

A some B ---> C... ___________... A some C

Valid 1... (Affirm the Sufficient)

Valid 2... (Negate the Necessary)

Valid 3... (Transitive)

Valid 4

A ---> B... A... ____________... B

Valid 1... (Affirm the Sufficient)

A ---> B... /B... ____________... /A

Valid 2... (Negate the Necessary)

indigenous

subjective

paradox

anomalous

native, originating in a place

relating to the mind as the subject of experience

seeming contradiction or an actual contradiction

irregular, unusual

indigenous

native, originating in a place

subjective

relating to the mind as the subject of experience

ALL

MOST

SOME

NO

•Always implies the contrapositive.... •Not reciprocal.

•Implies more than 50% (Could also be ALL).... •Not reciprocal.…

•Implies at least one; could never be none.... •Only ONE could b…

•Implies 0%.... •Diagrammed in the same way as "ALL" statements.…

ALL

•Always implies the contrapositive.... •Not reciprocal.

MOST

•Implies more than 50% (Could also be ALL).... •Not reciprocal.…

Conjunctions (AND)

Disjunctions (OR)

Exclusive Disjunctions (NOT BOTH)

Negation and Contraposition

Ex: "Both the coffinfish and the viperfish are displayed at th…

Ex: "Successful ads are either funny or feature nudity."... A or…

One or the other, but not both.... Not A or not B means not both…

1). Negate all conditions.... 2). Switch the operator (AND to OR…

Conjunctions (AND)

Ex: "Both the coffinfish and the viperfish are displayed at th…

Disjunctions (OR)

Ex: "Successful ads are either funny or feature nudity."... A or…

Propositions

Arguments

Arguments (Premises)

Arguments (Conclusions)

The basic unit of assertion. Typically expressed in a declarat…

A set of propositions in which one or more propositions are in…

Propositions upon which an argument is based. They are stated…

Propositions that are supported by premises. The premises in a…

Propositions

The basic unit of assertion. Typically expressed in a declarat…

Arguments

A set of propositions in which one or more propositions are in…

Must Be True/Most Strongly Supported

Main Point

Point at Issue/Point of Agreement

Assumption

Asks you to identify the answer choice that is best proven or…

Asks you to identify the main point, or primary conclusion, re…

Asks you to identify a point of agreement or contention, usual…

Asks you to identify an assumption of the author's argument... "…

Must Be True/Most Strongly Supported

Asks you to identify the answer choice that is best proven or…

Main Point

Asks you to identify the main point, or primary conclusion, re…

rhetoric

drown

validity

syntactic

The art of using language effectively and persuasively

v. to die under water

Validity is a property of arguments. Validity is not a propert…

grammatical;... relating to the rules of grammar or proper format…

rhetoric

The art of using language effectively and persuasively

drown

v. to die under water

A ---> B... A... ____________... B

A ---> B... /B... ____________... /A

A ---> B ---> C... ___________... A ---> C

A some B ---> C... ___________... A some C

Valid 1... (Affirm the Sufficient)

Valid 2... (Negate the Necessary)

Valid 3... (Transitive)

Valid 4

A ---> B... A... ____________... B

Valid 1... (Affirm the Sufficient)

A ---> B... /B... ____________... /A

Valid 2... (Negate the Necessary)

a priori

acclamatory

acclimation

acclimatization

a Latin phrase: "from the earlier"... 推理的，演绎的

a loud shout or other demonstration of welcome, goodwill, or a…

服水土，顺应，适应环境

环境适应性

a priori

a Latin phrase: "from the earlier"... 推理的，演绎的

acclamatory

a loud shout or other demonstration of welcome, goodwill, or a…

A ---> B... A... ____________... B

A ---> B... /B... ____________... /A

A ---> B ---> C... ___________... A ---> C

A some B ---> C... ___________... A some C

Valid 1... (Affirm the Sufficient)

Valid 2... (Negate the Necessary)

Valid 3... (Transitive)

Valid 4

A ---> B... A... ____________... B

Valid 1... (Affirm the Sufficient)

A ---> B... /B... ____________... /A

Valid 2... (Negate the Necessary)

what is the definition of an argument?

what is the internal strucure of an arg…

what determines the measure of how good…

the aim of an argument is?

the definition of an argument is premise plus conclusion

the internal strucure is the support of an argument.

the measure of how good or bad an argument is can be detirmine…

persuasion

what is the definition of an argument?

the definition of an argument is premise plus conclusion

what is the internal strucure of an arg…

the internal strucure is the support of an argument.

"___ if ___."

" ___ when___."

"___ where ___."

"___ all ___."

sufficient... EX: "I will bring an umbrella if it rains."... R --->…

sufficient... EX: "I eat sushi when I'm in Japan."... J ---> ES... /ES…

sufficient... EX: "I will nap where it's quiet."... Q ---> N... /N ---…

sufficient... EX: "...and all birds have featers."... B ---> F... /F -…

"___ if ___."

sufficient... EX: "I will bring an umbrella if it rains."... R --->…

" ___ when___."

sufficient... EX: "I eat sushi when I'm in Japan."... J ---> ES... /ES…

A ---> B... A... ____________... B

A ---> B... /B... ____________... /A

A ---> B ---> C... ___________... A ---> C

A some B ---> C... ___________... A some C

Valid 1... (Affirm the Sufficient)

Valid 2... (Negate the Necessary)

Valid 3... (Transitive)

Valid 4

A ---> B... A... ____________... B

Valid 1... (Affirm the Sufficient)

A ---> B... /B... ____________... /A

Valid 2... (Negate the Necessary)

A ---> B... A... ____________... B

A ---> B... /B... ____________... /A

A ---> B ---> C... ___________... A ---> C

A some B ---> C... ___________... A some C

Valid 1... (Affirm the Sufficient)

Valid 2... (Negate the Necessary)

Valid 3... (Transitive)

Valid 4

A ---> B... A... ____________... B

Valid 1... (Affirm the Sufficient)

A ---> B... /B... ____________... /A

Valid 2... (Negate the Necessary)

what is the definition of an argument?

what is the internal strucure of an arg…

what determines the measure of how good…

the aim of an argument is?

the definition of an argument is premise plus conclusion

the internal strucure is the support of an argument.

the measure of how good or bad an argument is can be detirmine…

persuasion

what is the definition of an argument?

the definition of an argument is premise plus conclusion

what is the internal strucure of an arg…

the internal strucure is the support of an argument.