week 6 test logic and critical think

Are arguments that offer only weak support for their

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are arguments that offer only weak support for their conclusions because of either weak or biased evidence. Consider the following example. “A reporter on a cable news program interviewed someone about the stimulus money paid to banks. He said that the money just went straight into the pockets of the bankers. So, most people won’t support these kinds of stimulus plans in the future.” The inductive fallacy used is:  (Points : 4)            hasty generalization.           biased generalization.           weak analogy.           bandwagon fallacy. Question 4.  4.  (TCO 2) In Chapter 7, we learned how to identify fallacies related to cause and effect. These fallacies suggest a causal connection between two events, where no evidence for the causation is presented. Consider the following example. “Studies show that when violence in the media is more frequent, violence in society is more frequent.” The causal fallacy used is:  (Points : 4)            cum hoc, ergo propter hoc.
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