Vagueness Quiz - Author Name: Moore Site Name: Critical...

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Author Name: Moore Site Name: Critical Thinking Chapter: Chapter 2 Quiz: Vagueness Quiz Student Name: Brett Grumm Student eMail: bgrumm@email.phoenix.edu Section ID: AAAA0P9J75 Results Reporter ================================================================ Out of 11 questions, you answered 10 correctly with a final grade of 90.9090909090909% 10 correct (90.9090909090909%) 1 incorrect ( 9.090909090909091%) 0 unanswered ( 0%) ================================================================ YOUR RESULTS: ================================================================ INCORRECT 1: Please don’t make any more late-night phone calls. a. Vague in itself
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c. No vagueness d. Vague in emotive force Your Answer: Vague comparison CORRECT 2: Please don't make any more unpleasant phone calls. a. Vague in itself b. Vague comparison c. No vagueness d. Vague in rhetorical force Your Answer: Vague in itself Feedback: "Unpleasant" needs more explanation. CORRECT 3: Whiskey is no worse a drink for you than beer. a. Vague in itself b. Vague comparison c. No vagueness d. Vague in emotive force Your Answer: Vague comparison Feedback: If the comparison refers to the total alcohol in one whiskey drink and one bottle of beer, it is true (but such details ought to be provided). If other claims are
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This note was uploaded on 07/27/2010 for the course CRT205 205 taught by Professor D.simon during the Summer '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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