She identified group of nongamers as the opponents of her claim.
'Reality Is Broken: Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change the World' is a book written by Jane McGonigal. In her book, she presents a counterargument that why games is good for human and future of humans.
Jane McGonigal is a Game programmer, who adovates the use of technology and games. In her book, she presents her agrument in favor of using games and asserts that games tends to fulfill humans needs and they are doing so not just in present times but doing so since ancient times when Atys was King of Lydia. During those times, the people were faced with famine and to face the situation they come up with a resolution of involving in games to distract themselves from hunger and thus it helped them to survive for eighteen years.
She asserts that opponents to her claim will be a group of nongamers who makes up of nearly half of the US population. She asserts that nongamers would not agree with her claims as this group of people perceive gaming to be a waste of time.
The famous tragedy play 'Macbeth" by William Shakespeare takes place in Northern Scotland around the 11th century C.E. The plot revolves around a courageous Scottish general called Macbeth who was prophesized by the witches that he would soon become a noble and then eventually the king of Scotland.
The play involves numerous skirmishes and wars fought by Macbeth with his enemies within the territory of Scotland in an attempt to rule the land and its people. However, it ends tragically with the death of Macbeth. Thus, the answer is Scotland.
We can't conclude that Jazmin is from Junior's Town just by the fact she owns a bike. Because it doesn't say that ONLY people from Junior's Town own a bike. There must be someone else outside Junior's Town, in the world, that owns a bike. However, if she was from Junior's town, we could conclude she owns a bike.
The syllogism is true this time. Brandon congratulates every one of his friends when they get perfect scores. Kenneth is Brandon's friend and he got a perfect score. So, Brandon congratulated his friend for his perfect score. That doesn't mean that Brandon doesn't congratulate his friends on other occasions.
Zero brothers of Monica drive a car. That means if you're a brother of her,you have 0 chances of driving a car at this moment. Jensen is a brother of Monica, so he cannot drive a car.
The first statement says MANY. Because of that, you cannot say the car accident was absolutely caused by drunk driving, because there are other causes for accidents, otherwise ALL accidents would be caused by drunk driving. You could say it "could have been caused by drunk driving"
. Plus technically, it's not sure the accident was a road accident, could have taken place in a parking.
The first statement includes an absolute component (nightly, meaning every night, ALL nights, etc). Then the second statement is related to the first one (8:30 PM), and the conclusion makes sense.
The statements only relate Damian to Illac and Damian to Red. With the information provided, there's no way to make a conclusion for the relation between Iliac and Red. For example, Damian could weight 50 kg, Illac could weight 40 kg and Red 30 kg, and the statements would be true. But they would also be true if Illac was 30 kg and Red 40 kg. Yet, the conclusion would be different.
There's nothing that says that Friday is a special occasion. If the first statement would have said "Students wear their class shirts on special occasions or on Fridays" or if the second statement would have said "Today is a special occasion, it's Friday", then yes it would have been true. But not as is.
Since the first statement is using SOME... there's rarely a definitive conclusion you can make out of it... since it's not an absolute (ALL, NONE, ALWAYS, NEVER, etc). For the conclusion to be true, the first statement would have been something like "ONLY doctors like mainstream jazz", but then... what about mainstream jazz musician? They're all doctors too?
The first statement lists an absolute fact (ONLY), and the second statement is directly related to it (both are Mondays). So, the conclusion makes sense.