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Chapter 27 / Exercise 2
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Take Details Right "Check My Work" Clicked: 2 Times Question: mi6bl11h/multi_ch.3.2 multi_ch.3.2 1. 10.00 1. The difference between intentional torts and torts involving negligence is that, in torts involving negligence, the tortfeasor does NOT wish to bring about the consequence of the act, nor does she or he believe that it will occur. a. True b. False
a. Intent b. Damages c. Causation d. Duty e. Breach a. No, because stoves get hot and some people get burned when they are careless. b. No, because Cooktop disclaimed all liability for accidents. c. Yes, because Cooktop placed no warnings about the possibility of being burned. Correct Check My Work Feedback Unintentional Torts (Negligence) 2. Which of the following is NOT an element of negligence? Correct 3. Cooktop, Inc., manufactures cooktops on which Juarez burns his fingers. Has Cooktop, Inc., unreasonably violated its standard duty of care? Hide Feedback Hide Feedback
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Correct 4. The reasonable person standard concerns itself with how a particular person would act and not with how an ordinarily prudent person should act.

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