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7 Written questions

6 Multiple choice questions

  1. Errors in the use of Evidence
  2. Appeal Fallacies
  3. Straw Man
  4. Internal Contradiction
  5. Survey Errors
  6. Division

6 True/False questions

  1. This flaw takes a small number of instances and treats those instances as if they support a broad, sweeping conclusion.Ex: "Two of my friends were shortchanged at that store. Therefore, everyone gets short changed at that store."Time Shift Errors

          

  2. Errors involve judgments made about groups and parts of a group.Errors of Composition and Division

          

  3. The flaw would either be a Mistaken Reversal, or Mistaken Negation. Confusing a Nessesary condition with a Sufficiant condition or vice versa.Exceptional Case/Overgeneralization

          

  4. 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

          

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

          

  6. Occurs when the author uses an analogy that is too dissimilar to the original situation to be applicable.False Analogy