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How to Change Categorical Propositions to Standard Form Video

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Which categorical proposition is written in the A form?

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1. Which categorical proposition is written in the E form?

2. Which categorical proposition is written in the I form?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The quiz will test you on definitions related to categorical propositions. It will provide you with a term, and you will need to select the correct meaning. Some of the material covered will include A form and I form.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The assessment will test you on the following topics:

  • Categorical propositions
  • A form
  • E form
  • I form
  • O form

Skills Practiced

You will practice the following skills:

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related categorical proposition lesson
  • Making connections - use understanding of A form
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding I form

Additional Learning

Finish the quiz and head over to the accompanying lesson How to Change Categorical Propositions to Standard Form. The lesson covers these objectives:

  • Defining categorical propositions
  • Exploring the groups categorical propositions describe
  • Understanding the four standard forms
  • Walking through each form of categorical propositions
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