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Philosophy 203: Scientific Reasoning
Test: Fallacies and Definitions

Answer for Diagramming Question

V. Diagramming: Setup a typology (tree diagram) for the following universe of objects. On the vertical lines state the sorting factor (the intension) and on horizontal lines state the name of the object itself (the extension).

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Many different tree diagrams are possible depending upon the sorting factors chosen and the order in which they are applied.  The following diagram is an example of a typical answer.

Geometric Figures

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shaded/unshaded

          __________________|_____________________

Outlined Figures

Solid Figures

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curved/straight curved/straight

_________|____________

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Straight Sided Figures

Curved Sided Figures

Straight Sided Figures

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Square

one/many sided

straight/tilted

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_____|_____

__________|__________

Diamond Indent Circle Diamond Solid Square Solid

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