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Rewrite the following arguments in premise and conclusion form. Then state wheth
Rewrite the following arguments in premise and conclusion form. Then state whether each premise is reliable and explain why or why not. A. Social networking sites have revolutionized the way we interact with our friends. Such sites allow people to stay in contact with hundreds or even thousands of people . Human nature, however, prevents us from having meaningful relationships with that many people. Therefore, most of your "friends" on those sites are not people with whom you have meaningful relationships. Adapted from: Robin Dunbar, "You've Got to Have (150) Friends," New York Times, December 25, 2010, http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/26/opinion/26dunbar.html B. There are other advanced civilizations in our galaxy. To see why this must be so, consider the following facts: humans have already spotted thousands of planets in our corner of the galaxy alone, and many of those look like they could be hospitable to life. The galaxy itself contains billions of stars. At least some of the many hospitable planets around all those billions of stars will probably develop intelligent life capable of producing advanced technology. Adapted from: Gideon Lichfield: "There have Probably Been Trillions of Alien Civilizations, and yet We May Never See One, "Quartz, June 11, 2016. Exercise set 1.5 Each passage in this exercise consists of a famous quote that has been rewritten using overly abstract, vague, or obscure terms. Re-write the quote in its original and simpler language A. Do not inquire as to what it is your country might accomplish on your behalf, but instead inquire what actions you might take to further the interests of the country that you regard as your own. Adapted from: John F. Kennedy, Inaugural Address, January 20, 1961. Let it be the case, at the present time and forever into the future, that the probably of a positive outcome for you is relatively high. Adapted from: Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games (New York: Scholastic Press, 2008) B.I harbor an aspiration that, at some point in the future, my four offspring, who are currently fairly young, will be assessed not according to the pigmentation of their skin but by considering the character traits that they possess. Adapted from: Martin Luther King Jr., Speech in Washington DC, August 28, 1963.

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