Considering the generalization involved and the

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Considering the generalization involved and the premises it requires, the weakest point in the argument is ________. a) the first premise (in which S is a sample of X s) b) the second premise (in which Proportion 1 of X s in S are Y ) c) the conclusion (in which Proportion 2 of X s are Y ) 4. Considering the weakest point in the argument, the most effective way to argue against it would be to ________. a) describe the features of the sample which make it unrepresentative b) describe the features of the sample which bias it
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