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# Critical Reasoning: Inference Questions

It is known that all dogs go to heaven. However, only good humans go there. Thirdly, there is only one heaven for all God's creatures.

Which of the following inferences is best supported by the statements made above?

Very good!

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According to Premise C there is only one heaven for all creatures. It follows that if you were good, you're going to the same heaven your pet dog went to.

Incorrect.

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We have no clue as to what percentage of cats go to heaven. This is a new premise, which is not an acceptable answer in inference questions. We are looking for a conclusion, not a premise.

Incorrect.

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Just like the answer choice above it, this answer choice adds a new premise, which is not an acceptable answer in inference questions. Remember, we are looking for a conclusion, not a premise.

Incorrect.

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Premise B states explicitly that only good human beings go to heaven, not human beings with dogs.

Incorrect.

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Premise B states explicitly that only good human beings go to heaven, not human beings who like dogs.

Though there are many dogs in heaven, there are very few cats.
All cats go to heaven.
All humans who have had pet dogs when they were little go to heaven.
All humans who like dogs go to heaven.
If you are a good human being, you will go to the same heaven as the pet dog you had when you were little.