Logic

If I move to Texas, I will need air conditioning. I don't need air conditioning. So I didn't move to Texas" is an argument form known as (Points : 1)
modus ponens.
modus spumoni.
modus operandi.
modus tollens.

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1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modus_tollens

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2. what is a modus ponens

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3. "If I move to Texas, I will need air conditioning. I don't need air conditioning. So I didn't move to Texas" is an argument form known as (Points : 1)
modus ponens.
modus spumoni.
modus operandi.
modus tollens.

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4. modus ponens

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5. modus tollens

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6. Texas = x. air conditioner = y.

modus tollens example.

x is true, y is true.
y is false.
therefore,
x is false.

modus ponens example.

x and y is true. all is true.

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