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"According to People magazine, an understanding of sub-atomic particles called 'quarks' will allow us to construct cold fusion reactors. Therefore, it is likely that understanding these particles will allow us to construct such reactors." This passage is: Answer A. Not an argument. B. A valid deductive argument. C. An invalid deductive argument. D. A strong inductive argument. E. A weak inductive argument. "We are all familiar with the fact that if two objects at different temperatures are placed in contact, the two objects will eventually reach the same temperature. For example, an ice cube placed in a glass of warm water will melt, and all the water in the glass will eventually come to the same temperature." This passage is: Answer A. Not an argument. B. A valid deductive argument. C. An invalid deductive argument. D. A strong inductive argument. E. A weak inductive argument. "Anyone who desires war is morally bankrupt, and Donald Rumsfeld desires a war with Iraq. So, obviously, Donald Rumsfeld is morally bankrupt." This passage is: Answer A. Not an argument. B. A valid deductive argument. C. An invalid deductive argument.
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D. A strong inductive argument. E. A weak inductive argument. "Most CEOs of Fortune 500 companies have great business management skills. Sarah's mother is the CEO of a Fortune 500 company, so Sarah's mother must have great business management skills." This passage is: Answer A. Not an argument. B. A valid deductive argument. C. An invalid deductive argument. D. A strong inductive argument. E. A weak inductive argument. "If the human soul is made of some immaterial substance, then it is not subject to the laws of physics. The human soul is clearly not subject to the laws of physics, therefore it must be made of some immaterial substance." This passage is: Answer A. Not an argument. B. A valid deductive argument. C. An invalid deductive argument. D. A strong inductive argument. E. A weak inductive argument. "Some people argue that it is un-American not to support the war on terror. But what about buying products that are manufactured by people who are not paid a fair wage? Americans believe that people should be fairly compensated for the work they do, so buying such products is also un-American." This argument: Answer A. Commits no fallacy.
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