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Which of the following is an example of an appeal that uses pathos? A. Donating money today will bring a smile to the face of a starving child. B. Children who eat a lot of candy are 25 percent more likely to have a cavity. C. The president of the association agrees that this is the right move. D. At least 47 percent of the animals at the zoo were born and raised in the facility.
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c
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Read the following sentence: The gym offers 24-hour child care as well as classes geared toward children 10 and under. Which audience would this statement most appeal to? A. Senior citizens B. Parents C. Teenagers D. Athletes
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What is another word for the preferences and prejudices that a person holds? A. Bias B. Rhetoric C. Perspective D. Pathos
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idfk
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ima go with a ?
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which ones do i need to help with?
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this one Which of the following is an example of logos that might be used in an argument? A. Eating too many hot dogs can make you sick to your stomach. B. The engineer invented a safety device that saved the lives of thousands. C. San Diego is the most beautiful place in the world to live. D. Ted Williams had a lifetime batting average of .344.
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umm i would say B
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What is logos? A. An appeal based on the credibility of the writer B. An appeal based on facts, statistics, and evidence C. An appeal based on the audience's emotions D. An appeal based on flawed reasoning
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the Word of God, or principle of divine reason and creative order, identified in the Gospel of John with the second person of the Trinity incarnate in Jesus Christ.
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D
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What is pathos? A. An appeal using flawed reasoning B. An appeal using facts, statistics, or evidence C. An appeal based on the credibility of the author D. An appeal made to the audience's emotions
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D
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Read the following sentence: Gracie is the worst class president ever. She doesn't even know how to dance. Which type of logical fallacy is this an example of? A. Straw man B. Ad hominem C. Slippery slope D. Bandwagon
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Formal Fallacy – These are also called deductive fallacies. In deductive fallacy arguments, all premises must be accurate and impossible to be proven otherwise. When this is the case, there is no way that the conclusion can be false. Example of a valid argument: (1) All dogs have legs. (2) Tiny is a dog. Therefore: (3) Tiny has legs. Informal Fallacy – This is an inductive argument. Example of a strong inductive argument: (1) The sun has not exploded for all its existence. Therefore: (2) The sun will not explode tomorrow. Logical and Factual Errors – Any argument in which premises or inferences are poor will result in a fallacious conclusion.
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B
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What appeal establishes the credibility of the writer in the eyes of the audience? A. Bias B. Rhetoric C. Pathos D. Ethos
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b ;D ?
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for the one before
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Which statement below contains an example of a logical fallacy? A. That candidate had voted against the law seven times before. B. Our basketball team is the best because we are so awesome. C. Adults watch an average of five hours of television per day. D. The weather in San Diego is some of the best I've ever seen.
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last question
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B.) Rhetoric
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Question 1 of 10 Multiple Choice: Please select the best answer and click "submit." Read the following sentence: If you don't get all of your chores done at home, then you'll never keep a job. Which type of logical fallacy is this an example of? A. Slippery slope B. Bandwagon C. Circular reasoning D. Ad hominem
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@Kitty449
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i would say C
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Which of the following is an example of an appeal that uses pathos? A. The price of a 2-bedroom home has increased 28 percent in the past 10 years. B. A poll shows that 75 percent of the city's police officers support the new legislation. C. The beautiful weather in San Diego will lift your spirits and make you feel alive. D. The president of the United States has endorsed this candidate for office.
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C?
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What is logos? A. An appeal based on facts, statistics, and evidence B. An appeal based on flawed reasoning C. An appeal based on the audience's emotions D. An appeal based on the credibility of the writer
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B
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Which of the following is an example of logos that might be used in an argument? A. Denver gets an average of 57 inches of snow every year. B. Smoking cigarettes is a dirty and disgusting habit. C. He is president of the Association of Pediatricians. D. To play soccer, you have to be a strong runner.
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B
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What is ethos? A. The credibility of the writer in the eyes of the audience B. An appeal made to an audience's emotions C. Any preferences or prejudices a person has D. An argument that uses flawed reasoning
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A
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Question 6 of 10 Multiple Choice: Please select the best answer and click "submit." Which statement below contains an example of a logical fallacy? A. Driving too fast in the rain can cause accidents. B. That movie received 10 Oscar nominations. C. If you don't pass this test, you'll never go to college. D. Volunteering can really brighten someone's day.
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A
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Question 7 of 10 Multiple Choice: Please select the best answer and click "submit." Read the following sentence: The gym offers 24-hour child care as well as classes geared toward children 10 and under. Which audience would this statement most appeal to? A. Senior citizens B. Parents C. Teenagers D. Athletes
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B
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Question 8 of 10 Multiple Choice: Please select the best answer and click "submit." What is another word for the preferences and prejudices that a person holds? A. Pathos B. Perspective C. Rhetoric D. Bias
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D
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Question 9 of 10 Multiple Choice: Please select the best answer and click "submit." What is rhetoric? A. The intended audience B. A mistake in reasoning C. A person's prejudices D. The art of persuasion
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D
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What is pathos? A. An appeal using flawed reasoning B. An appeal using facts, statistics, or evidence C. An appeal made to the audience's emotions D. An appeal based on the credibility of the author
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C
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i got a 60% again ;(
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omg i hate english >.<

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