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Incorrect |Question: If you do not buy me a car, I will be late to my classes. This means that I will miss a lot, and fail in college. It also means that I will be so depressed that I will commit suicide. | | |Correct |Question: Schools should impose costumes on children. Every one in the army wears a costume. FALSE ANA | |Incorrect |Question: Please do not argue with me about buying a car. I either buy a car or I will fail in college. | |Correct |Question: The economy is bad because of the rising gas prices.OVERSIM | |Incorrect |Question: Texans are bright. I had a classmate from Texas who knew all the answers to the teachers' questions. | |Incorrect |Question: The governor is attacking the new traffic rules. His views are wrong because he was given a speeding | | |ticket last week. | |Incorrect |Question: The mayor is against abortion? One of his best friends is a Pro Choice activist. | |Incorrect |Question: Experts believe that girls are more intelligent than boys. My friend, who is a teacher, told me that in | | |her class, three of the top five students are girls. | |Correct |Question: We believe in the greatness of our company and the wisdom of our trustees. EMOTIONAL LANGUAGE | |Incorrect |Question: It rained heavily today. That is why I did not do so well on my test. |

1.  If you do not buy me a car, I will be late to my classes. This means that I will miss a lot, and fail in college. It also means that I will be so depressed that I will commit suicide.

|[pic] |Hasty Generalization | |[pic] |Misusing authority | |[pic] |Emotional Language | |[pic] |Guilt by association | |[pic] |Slippery Slope |

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2.  Schools should impose costumes on children. Every one in the army wears a costume.

|[pic] |Misusing authority | |[pic] |Either-Or | |[pic] |Oversimplification | |[pic] |False analogy CORRECT | |[pic] |Slippery Slope |

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3.  Please do not argue with me about buying a car. I either buy a car or I will fail in college.

|[pic] |After this; therefore, because of this. | |[pic] |Either-Or | |[pic] |Emotional Language | |[pic] |Attack on the person | |[pic] |Guilt by association...
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