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The following is an example of an effectively worded proposition of fact: “Global climate change is happening.”True11.In a recent LA Times editorial, the newspaper calls for passing a law in California to ban the sale of most ivory in California. Writers make the statement, “China is bar far, the largest market or illegal ivory, but the Uni6ted States is also one of the top five.” Such a statement is an example of a claim of value. False12.If you were arguing to pass the recreational marijuana initiative on the November 2016 ballot in California, you’d have to overcome both structural and attitudinal inherency.True13.As laws and attitudes change, presumption may change.TrueHere’s another argument from a real news event. A few summers ago, a deadly outbreak of E coli bacteria happened in Germany. 39 people died and around 35-hundred became seriously ill Investigators reasoned on the source of the bacteria and came up with organic bean sprouts. So here was their reasoning: “Organic bean sprouts led to the infections. Every sick person had eaten salad with those bean sprouts. Since the one and only characteristic shared by all who became sick was bean sprouts, they led to the illnesses.”14.. In the above argument, the claim is:a.A deadly outbreak of E coli happened in Germany.b.35-hundred became seriously ill.c.Organic bean sprouts led to the infections.d.Every sick person had eaten salads.15.The above claim is a claim of:16.In the above argument, the grounds are:
17.In the above argument, the warrant is:E X T R A C R E D I T (possible 3 points)1.Zach: “The General Education requirements at Cal Poly should be changed”Josh: “No, you’re wrong.”Who has the burden of proof and why?Zach is the advocate because he has to overcome the presumptionargued by Josh.2.Proposition: “Juvenile offenders should be sentenced as adults.”Claim: “Juveniles are old enough to know the difference between right and wrong.”Evidence: A study from the University of Minnesota showing that jailing juvenilesin that state over the past ten years has reduced crime in the stateWhat do you think of the evidence; strong or weak and why?The evidence is weak because first it does not specify whether thejuveniles were tried as adults, therefore, there is no connection thatjailing juveniles is tied to a reduce crime rate in the state.3.President Obama’s broken promise that no one would be forced to change their healthcare plan under the Affordable Care Act proves that all presidents mislead the public.” Fallacy: Obama does not represent “all presidents”