1. For the mood and figure below, write out the syllogism it describes. Hint: Start with the figure, and lay out the positions of S, M, and P, then use the mood to fill in the quantifier and copula for that proposition.
2. Put the following syllogism into standard form (remember to put the major premise first), and then identify the mood and figure.
Some promilitary advertisements are not propaganda, because some of them are truthful, and no truthful advertisement is propaganda.
3. Put the following syllogism into standard form, and then identify the mood and figure. Then use the rules for testing to determine whether the argument is valid or invalid. If it is invalid, state all the rules it violates.
Some countries whose people need AIDS medications have illegitimate governments, and no legitimate government neglects the needs of its poor population. So some countries that neglect the needs of their poor are countries whose people need AIDS medication.
4. For the following syllogism, diagram the premises and the conclusion to determine whether the syllogism is valid. Describe your combined premise Venn diagram