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Philosophy 103: Introduction to Logic
Quiz: Statements and Nonstatements

Directions: Write the word "statement" next to all of the following sentences which are most probably statements.

1. The shape of our bodies--whether bottom-heavy or thick-in-the-middle-- is related to hormone-binding structures on the surface of fat cells.

 

2. Isn’t the EEG activity of the conditioned rabbit altered by olfactory bulb waveform patterns?

 

3. Plug the apparatus in and be careful of the high voltage.

 

4. Most of the matter in the universe cannot be seen.

 

5. Alzheimer’s disease is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States.

 

6. What is so rare as a day in June?

 

7. Friday is a great day!

 

8.Be careful what you pretend to be.

 

9. The parking problem at Lander University is really terrible.

 

10. Pluto is not really a planet--it's an iceball.

 

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