1. (TCOs 1 & 2) Categorical logic has a long history of use and development since the time of Ancient Greece. What is the primary function of categorical logic?
2. (TCO 4) What is the purpose of Venn diagrams?
3. (TCOs 1 & 3) Categorical syllogisms employ two premise claims and a conclusion claim in standard forms, and three significant terms each occur exactly twice in exactly two of the claims. What do we call the term that occurs as the predicate term of the syllogism's conclusion?
4. (TCOs 1 & 2) Categorical claims deal with information organized into classes (also called categories) and expressed in what way?
5. (TCOs 3 & 4) Truth-functional logic employs truth tables to analyze sets of claims working together in arguments. What is the term that describes the invalid form in which the conditional has its consequent as the other premise?