Question 12 options a False cause b Complex question c No fallacy d Slippery

Question 12 options a false cause b complex question

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Question 12 options: a) False cause. b) Complex question.
c) No fallacy d) Slippery slope. e) Missing the point. Save Select the answer choice that best describes the fallacy (if any) that appears in the passage. Question 13 (1 point) It’s good to exercise 30 minutes per day because it rejuvenates your body. And we know it rejuvenates your body because people who exercise live longer than those who don’t. And we know they live longer because people who exercise feel better. And this is true because its good to exercise 30 minutes per day. Question 13 options: a) Begging the question. b) Composition. c) False cause. d) Composition. e) No fallacy. Save Select the answer choice that best describes the fallacy (if any) that appears in the passage. Question 14 (1 point)
Ken, you have a good eye. Do you think this dress makes me look as fat as the other one? Question 14 options: a) Begging the question. b) Appeal to ignorance. c) Appeal to unqualified authority. d) No fallacy. e) Complex question. f) Weak analogy. Save Select the answer choice that best describes the fallacy (if any) that appears in the passage. Question 15 (1 point) People have the right to use their own property as they choose. Therefore, since Julian is the sole owner of this plot of land, he can use it as a site for a hydrogen bomb factory. Question 15 options: a) Begging the Question. b) Accident. c) Hasty Generalization. d) No fallacy.
e) Composition. f) Division. Save Select the answer choice that best describes the fallacy (if any) that appears in the passage. Question 16 (1 point) Nobody has ever proved that the Big Bang theory of the universe is true. Therefore, we must conclude that the Big Bang theory is false. Question 16 options: a) Missing the point. b) No fallacy. c) Appeal to ignorance. d) False dichotomy. e) Complex question. Save Select the answer choice that best describes the fallacy (if any) that appears in the passage. Question 17 (1 point) Either you abstain from alcohol completely or one of these days you’ll get arrested for drunk driving. So, what will it be? Question 17 options:
a) Missing the point. b) Straw man. c) Appeal to ignorance. d) No fallacy. e) False dichotomy. Save Select the answer choice that best describes the fallacy (if any) that appears in the passage. Question 18 (1 point) It’s appropriate for parents to invade their children’s privacy to protect them from danger. But the role of government is similar to that of parents. Therefore, it’s appropriate for the government to invade the privacy of citizens to protect the country. Question 18 options: a) False cause. b) Appeal to the people. c) Missing the point. d) Composition. e) Weak analogy. Question 1 (1 point)
When we begin with observations about some members of a group and then generalize about all of them, we use a kind of reasoning known as… Question 1 options: Causal induction Enumerative induction Analogical induction Enumerative deduction Save Question 2 (1 point) In enumerative induction, the observed members of the target group are called… Question 2 options: Target group Control group Sample Relevant property Save

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