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Problem Set Number 1, Economics 2020 Name ________________________ Dr. Patricia A. Duffy Due Date: January 24, 2006. Use separate page(s) to answer questions that require graphs. Staple the pages together before class . Put your name on the top of all extra pages in case they become separated. 1. ( 3 pts each ) Identify the following logical fallacies: a) A student studied broke a mirror. That same day, she took a test and did poorly on it. Subsequently, she believed breaking a mirror brought her bad luck. ______________________________________________ b) A student studied hard for an exam. All the others students in the class studied hard, too. The student earned a numerical score of 85 on the exam, but because the professor graded on the curve and the class as a whole averaged 85, the graded counted only as a "C." _______________________________ c) If we allow Economics Majors at Old State U to take Personal Finance as a career track course, the next thing you know, we'll have to let them take Bowling or Ball Room Dancing as a career track course. _____________________________________ d) Either we support all our government's policies all the time or we allow anarchy to reign. ____________________________ e) You have a fever and you have a cough. The fever must be causing the cough. _____________________________ f)
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course AGEC 7100 taught by Professor Duffy,p during the Fall '08 term at Auburn University.

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