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Mathematics and Statistics
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MATH 1013
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mcachi
Semester
Summer

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What are FALLACIES Fallacy seems acceptable but it isnt acceptable we have to understand what an argument is to understand what a fallacy is What an argument is argument process of supporting a claim by providing reasons or evidence for that claim arguments must have 2 claims the claim being supported is called a conclusion can only be one conclusion per argument the claims doing the supporting are called premisemust be at least on premise claims can be more than one premise ExCanada should pull out of AfghanistanWhy Because its waste of tax money and immoraltwo claims are present in this exampleA fallacy is an argument that appears to be good at first Two kinds Formal Informal fallacies are used intentionally and unintentionally all of the time
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