Which of the following is the purpose of the problem section of an argumentative essay? (Points : 1)
to present the reasons you have for believing your premises are true
to avoid the thesis
to present only troubling issues
to present the issue that is of interest and the positions on that issue
The principle of accuracy in logic is __________. (Points : 1) the idea that one should state the strongest argument no matter the position
the idea that one should interpret the argument in line with the way the author would state it
the idea that we more clearly understand arguments that align with our beliefs
the idea that scientific experiments need measures to ensure they produce good data
TV Commercial: “You should buy this car; it feels awesome to drive!” (Points : 1)
Appeal to Emotion
Appeal to Force
Which of the following is an invalid form: (Points : 1)
Denying the Antecedent
Drive the minivan. (Points : 1) Claim
In propositional logic, the variables P and Q stand for: (Points : 1) the words “True” and “False”
categories of things, like mammals and cats
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