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7 Written Questions

6 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Numbers and Percentage Errors
  2. Errors of Conditional Reasoning
  3. Errors of Composition and Division
  4. Appeal Fallacies
  5. Errors in the use of Evidence
  6. False Analogy

6 True/False Questions

  1. When author attributes a characteristic of part of the group to the group as a whole or to each member of the group.Composition


  2. This flaw assumes that conditions will remain constant over time, and that what is the case in the past will be the case in the future.Exceptional Case/Overgeneralization


  3. When a persons character, and not the argument presented is attacked. Ex: "We should not pass this law because Sen Boxer is a lesbian"Ad Hominem


  4. 1)Biased sample. 2)Improperly constructed questions. 3) Respondents to the survey give innaccurate responses.Appeal Fallacies


  5. 1) Assuming a causal relationship on the basis of the sequence of events. 2) Assumes that there is a causal relationship when only a temporal relationship exists. 3) Failure to consider an alternate cause of the effect, or an alternate cause for both the cause and effect. 4) Failure to consider that the events might be reversed.Division


  6. Either failing to provide information to support the conclusion or providing irrelivant information to support conclusion.General Lack of Relevant Evidence for the Conclusion


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