# Phil. 103: Introduction to Logic Quiz: Further Immediate Inferences

Directions: Assume that the given proposition is true, perform the required logical operation, and state the resultant proposition. Then state the resultant truth value.
Example: What is the converse of "All mass cults are art forms"?
Answer: All art forms are mass cults. Undetermined.
1. What is the obverse of "No arctic flora are bromeliads"?

2. What is the contrapositive of "Some dragsters are fast cars"?

3. What is the obverse of "Some Rothco paintings are meditative works"?

4. What is the converse of "Some Wall St. gnomes are accurate forecasters"?

5. What is the obverse of "All logicians are really boring people"?

 Be sure you have given the resultant truth values. Name ____________________________________________________

Phil. 103: Introduction to Logic
Quiz: Further Immediate Inferences

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