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How can you ensure that your argument is credible? A. By avoiding logical fallacies B. By appealing to emotions C. By attacking your opponent D. By using only facts and evidence

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  1. anonymous
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    Most likely D, but I am not certain.

  2. anonymous
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    why

  3. anonymous
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    Credibility is wether or not the quality of something can be trusted, such as with using facts and evidence.

  4. anonymous
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    What elements are often used to persuade an audience? A. Dialogue, monologue, and asides B. Logos, pathos, and ethos C. Plot, setting, and character D. Internal and external conflict

  5. anonymous
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    can you help with 4 question i keep getting a 5/3

  6. anonymous
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    Logos, Pathos and Ethos

  7. anonymous
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    How is an argument used according to the essay "Logical Fallacies"? A. To ignore information given by your audience B. To make fun of your audience's beliefs and ideals C. To attack your audience's character and opinions D. To persuade your audience that you are correct

  8. anonymous
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    I dont have information on the essay Logical Fallacies.

  9. anonymous
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fallacies

  10. anonymous
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    what do you think i should put as a guess ?

  11. anonymous
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    D is my guess.

  12. anonymous
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    Which of the following is an example of a bandwagon fallacy? A. Everyone loves that new book, so it must be the best book of the year. B. You went to the mall, and now we don't have any milk left. C. She is the best actress because she is a really good performer. D. She is a mean teacher, so her classes must be really terrible.

  13. anonymous
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    What type of logical fallacy is the following statement an example of? Paul would make a great class president because he is good at basketball. A. Bandwagon B. Slippery slope C. Straw man D. Non sequitur

  14. anonymous
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    last one ;o

  15. anonymous
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    Slippery slope is best guess.

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    You have failed to successfully complete this assessment. Your teacher would like you to score at least 70% on this computer scored assessment. Please notify your teacher. They will review the problems you have missed, provide additional guidance, if necessary, and then enable access to the next computer scored assessment. (3 of 2 attempts.) Your score is 60% (6.0 points out of 10). Question 1 2 3 4 5 Correct N Y Y Y N Points Earned 0 2 2 2 0

  17. anonymous
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    i got a 5/3 again can you still help ?

  18. anonymous
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    I could attempt to.

  19. anonymous
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    Question 1 of 5 Multiple Choice: Please select the best answer and click "submit." What type of logical fallacy is the following statement an example of? If you don't do your homework, then you will fail the class and never get into college. A. Bandwagon B. Ad hominem C. Slippery slope D. Circular

  20. anonymous
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    @Nuzzlestick

  21. anonymous
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    Slippery Slope

  22. anonymous
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    How is an argument used according to the essay "Logical Fallacies"? A. To persuade your audience that you are correct B. To attack your audience's character and opinions C. To make fun of your audience's beliefs and ideals D. To ignore information given by your audience

  23. anonymous
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    A. To persuade your audience that you are correct.

  24. anonymous
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    Why are logos, pathos, and ethos used in an argument? A. To help persuade your audience that you are correct B. To make your audience feel bad about their choices C. To scare or frighten your audience into leaving D. To annoy your audience enough to want to attack you

  25. anonymous
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    Either A or B, but I'm leaning more towards A.

  26. anonymous
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    Which of the following is an example of a bandwagon fallacy? A. The baseball team started losing games when you joined the team, so it must be your fault. B. Our football team is the best because we are the most awesome team that has ever played! C. Everyone loves that new action movie, so it must be one of the best films of the year. D. I would make a great student council president because I like to sew my own clothes.

  27. anonymous
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    C. Everyone loves that new action movie, so it must be one of the best films of the year.

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    How can you ensure that your argument is credible? A. By attacking your opponent B. By appealing to emotions C. By avoiding logical fallacies D. By using only facts and evidence

  29. anonymous
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    D

  30. anonymous
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    You have successfully completed this activity. Please continue. (4 of 2 attempts.) Your score is 80% (8.0 points out of 10). Question 1 2 3 4 5 Correct Y Y Y Y N Points Earned 2 2 2 2 0

  31. anonymous
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    thanks xD

  32. anonymous
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    Ah the last answer was C. And no problem.

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