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Unformatted text preview: to prove the overall point due to the insufficient information included. To make these arguments valid beyond a doubt, more details should be included such as facts that support the argument and statements that can be proven however the lack of stats and verifiable information have caused these arguments to be defined as weak or invalid arguments. This arguments can possibly be proven true however information that can be proven without a doubt would have to be included or these arguments are open to be debated with the possibility of multiple conclusions due to the lack of information. These arguments do provide a very small valid point, there is simply not enough information to make a strong valid argument....
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- Fall '09