Check Point Argument Validity

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Check Point: Argument Validity 2. The annual rainfall in California’s north valley averages twenty-three inches. So the rainfall next year will be twenty-three inches. C.) Possibly true because how does the average mean it is ALWAYS that way? No one has the exact science for rainfall 3. You expect to get forty miles to the gallon in that? Why, that old wreck has a monster V8; besides, it’s fifty years old and needs an overhaul. C.) Possibly true because how does being old make it bad, and does monster V8 make it better? It could have been driven by the little old lady in California. 4. In three of the last four presidential races, the winner of the Iowa Republican primary has not captured the Republican nomination. Therefore, the winner of the next Iowa Republican primary will not capture the Republican nomination. C.) Possibly true because how does “three out of four” encompass all of the political history? Nominations and winners are never a certainty, not even in a car race.
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