Chapter 2 Ambiguous Claims Quiz II

Chapter 2 Ambiguous Claims Quiz II - Ambiguous Claims Quiz...

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Ambiguous Claims Quiz II (See related pages) Results Reporter Out of 6 questions, you answered 6 correctly, for a final grade of 100%. 6 correct (100%) 0 incorrect (0%) 0 unanswered (0%) Your Results: 1 CORRECT is the openness of a word or claim to more than one interpretation. The Correct Answer:  Ambiguity Your Answer:  Ambiguity The context in which the claim is uttered and the qualifying words within the sentence can  help disambiguate a word or claim. 2 CORRECT ambiguity is a type of semantic ambiguity that consists of referring to a group of individuals without  clarifying whether one means the group as a whole or the individuals in it taken separately. The Correct Answer:  A grouping Your Answer:  A grouping Grouping ambiguities 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. 3
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