Ambiguity - Out of 11 questions, you answered 1 correctly...

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Out of 11 questions, you answered 1 correctly with a final grade of 9% 1 correct (9%) 10 incorrect (91%) 0 unanswered (0%)
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Your Results: The correct answer for each question is indicated by a . Identify the ambiguity in these examples. 1 INCORRECT "A claim whose ambiguity is due to the ambiguity of a particular word or phrase." A) Grouping ambiguity B) Semantic ambiguity. C) Syntactic ambiguity. D) No ambiguity 2 INCORRECT "A claim whose ambiguity is due to a problem with its structure." A) Semantic ambiguity. B) Syntactic ambiguity. C) Grouping ambiguity. D) No ambiguity 3 CORRECT "A claim whose ambiguity rests on a confusion between a collection of entities or individual entities." A) Grouping ambiguity. B) Semantic ambiguity. C) Syntactic ambiguity. D) No ambiguity Feedback: Grouping ambiguities are a type of semantic ambiguity which involve an uncertain interpretation of whether the issue at hand is what a group is like collectively , or what each member of the group is like.
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