Phil/Logic Sherlock Holmes/Vampire Stories

Hi,

READ the fist portion of my post prior to messaging me. 

So, I have the questions listed below, but they are all from a Phil course.  There is logic and then there are questions from Sherlock Holms (The Method of Cooper Beaches) and questions from a Valkrim’s stories.  15 questions are below, I would need them by 8:00 p.m. tonight, CST. Do not take this unless you 1, undersand the questions and 2 understand that timeline.

I have also cut & paste the stories for “The Vampire” questions, which follow the 15 questions below: 

Flag this QuestionQuestion 14 pts<div>In the Adventure of the Copper Beeches, which of the following is Holmes’ view of the comparative status of crime and logic?</div> <div> </div>In the Adventure of the Copper Beeches, which of the following is Holmes’ view of the comparative status of crime and logic? Crime and logic are rare.Crime is rare, but logic is common.Crime is common, but logic is rare.Crime and logic are common.   Flag this QuestionQuestion 23 pts<div>In The Adventure of the Copper Beeches, what does Holmes find unusual about the salary offered to Ms. Hunter?</div> <div> </div>In The Adventure of the Copper Beeches, what does Holmes find unusual about the salary offered to Ms. Hunter? She was offered 40 pounds a year instead of 120 pounds.She was offered 120 pounds a year instead of 40 pounds a year.She was not offered any salary raises.She was offered a salary which would be paid to her after a year.   Flag this QuestionQuestion 33 pts<div>Other than the unusual salary, what else was strange about the job offered to Ms. Hunter?</div> <div> </div>Other than the unusual salary, what else was strange about the job offered to Ms. Hunter? curious conditionsforeign locationbonded laborfree lodging & board   Flag this QuestionQuestion 43 pts<div>In The Adventure of the Copper Beeches, on receiving a written request from Ms. Hunter for a meeting in Winchester, why does Holmes say To Watson that Ms. Hunter is not personally threatened?</div> <div> </div>In The Adventure of the Copper Beeches, on receiving a written request from Ms. Hunter for a meeting in Winchester, why does Holmes say To Watson that Ms. Hunter is not personally threatened? He knows that Ms. Hunter has a relative nearby.Ms. Hunter told him so.Ms. Hunter was free to come to Winchester.Ms. Hunter had contacted the police.   Flag this QuestionQuestion 53 pts<div>In the Adventure of the Copper Beeches, how many explanations did Holmes formulate of Ms. Hunter’s peculiar situation in the house she was hired to work?</div> <div> </div>In the Adventure of the Copper Beeches, how many explanations did Holmes formulate of Ms. Hunter’s peculiar situation in the house she was hired to work? ThreeSevenTwoFive   Flag this QuestionQuestion 63 pts<div>What according to Holmes is the decisive factor in determining which of the several explanations he has in the case of the Adventure of the Copper Beeches is the correct one?</div> <div> </div>What according to Holmes is the decisive factor in determining which of the several explanations he has in the case of the Adventure of the Copper Beeches is the correct one? a fresh theoryold informationfresh informationluck   Flag this QuestionQuestion 75 pts<div>What is the final conclusion of the following complex form of deduction? 1. If P, then Not Q, 2. N or P, 3. If N, then X, 4. Q, 5. X or Y.</div> <div> </div>What is the final conclusion of the following complex form of deduction? 1. If P, then Not Q, 2. N or P, 3. If N, then X, 4. Q, 5. X or Y. Not PNXNot Q   Flag this QuestionQuestion 85 pts<div>What is the final conclusion of the following complex form of deduction?1. If not P, then not Q, 2. If P, then not R, 3. R or M, 4. Q, 5. M or N.</div> <div> </div>What is the final conclusion of the following complex form of deduction?1. If not P, then not Q, 2. If P, then not R, 3. R or M, 4. Q, 5. M or N. PQRM   Flag this QuestionQuestion 93 pts<div>Which of the following is Vikram’s assumption in his answer in Vampire’s story # 10?</div> <div> </div>Which of the following is Vikram’s assumption in his answer in Vampire’s story # 10? A sound is stronger than a moonbeam.A bruise without tactile contact indicates greater sensitivity.A bruise with tactile contact indicates greater sensitivity.A bruise caused by a moonbeam or a lotus petal indicates great sensitivity.   Flag this QuestionQuestion 103 pts<div>In the Vamp’s tenth story, which of the three queens did Vikram judge the most delicate or sensitive?</div> <div> </div>In the Vamp’s tenth story, which of the three queens did Vikram judge the most delicate or sensitive? FirstSecondThird   Flag this QuestionQuestion 113 pts<div>Which of the following reasons did Vikram give in support of his answer in the Vamp’s Tenth story?</div> <div> </div>Which of the following reasons did Vikram give in support of his answer in the Vamp’s Tenth story? the third queen had no cure for the effect she sufferedthe third queen could not have prevented the effect she sufferedthere was no tactile contact with the cause but it had a terrible effect on the third queenthe effect the third queen suffered was weak in comparison to the cause   Flag this QuestionQuestion 123 pts<div>In the Vampire’s twelfth story, whom does Vikram hold responsible for the Brahman’s death?</div> <div> </div>In the Vampire’s twelfth story, whom does Vikram hold responsible for the Brahman’s death? The snakeThe hawkthe charitable womanthe Brahman himself   Flag this QuestionQuestion 133 pts<div>In the Vampire’s third story, the thrush related a story showing that __________</div> <div> </div>In the Vampire’s third story, the thrush related a story showing that __________ Men are more unethical than women.Women are more unethical than men.   Flag this QuestionQuestion 143 pts<div>In the Vampire’s third story, King Vikram’s reply to the Vampire’s question as to which sex was more unethical than the other was that __________</div> <div> </div>In the Vampire’s third story, King Vikram’s reply to the Vampire’s question as to which sex was more unethical than the other was that __________ they are equally unethicalthey are equally ethicalwomen are more unethical than menmen are more unethical than men   Flag this QuestionQuestion 153 pts<div>In the Vampire’s third story, in order to make their respective points on men and women, both birds rely on _________</div> <div> </div>In the Vampire’s third story, in order to make their respective points on men and women, both birds rely on _________