ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL

According to the essay "logical fallacies" what is an argument.?

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Answer 1
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According to the essay, an inductive argument is that which starts with a specific premises and moves to a more general concept or conclusions. The authors state that such arguments are often a source of logical fallacies.
Answer 2
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Answer: An argument uses facts, emotions, and credibility to persuade an audience to believe something.

Explanation: A p e x


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D.In this text, the author uses carefully chosen words.

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Hello there!! The answer to ur problem would be C! And btw I would need more info about the book or whatever it is that u r reading so I could have a better answer but for now ur answer would be C
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Correct the sentence
My grandma neighbors car.

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The car belonged to my grandma's neighbors

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Quartz and Topaz have a vitreous luster

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Should people choose an occupation based on their personal interest?

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In my opinion, yes, people should pick an occupation based on their personal interest.  This is because if they start an occupation and it is not something you want to pursue, you will more than likely not be happy with what you do.  It is better to go into something that you are sure you will enjoy so that you will be happy!

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