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Because King Philip's desire to make Spain the dominant power in sixteenth-century Europe ran counter to Queen Elizabeth's insistence on autonomy for England, ------- was -------.
D) conflict . . inevitable

The word "because" indicates that the information in the first part of the sentence (the part before the comma) explains the reason for the situation described in the second part. The first part states that what King Philip wanted (domination for Spain) "ran counter to" what Queen Elizabeth wanted (independence for England). Choice (D) logically completes the sentence: Given that there was such a fundamental disagreement between the two monarchs, "conflict" would likely be "inevitable," or unavoidable. raconteur- excels at telling stories.
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Now that you have a wealth of methods for testing the validity of categorical syllogisms, here are a few exercises to apply your new knowledge. For the following syllogisms determine if the argument is valid or invalid and show/explain how you arrived at your conclusion. Good Luck!

1. All pollution-free devices are completely efficient machines.

No automobiles are completely efficient machines.

No automobiles are pollution-free devices.

Valid / Invalid Reasoning:

2. No logic teachers are benevolent persons.
Some dictators are benevolent persons.
Some dictators are not logic teachers.

Valid / Invalid Reasoning:

3. All persons who worry are people who live in the future.
All persons who plan ahead are people who live in the future.
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All persons who plan ahead are persons who worry.

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4. Some procrastinators are lazy persons.
No self-actualized persons are

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