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# Provide an example for the following: (5 Pts each/20 pts. Total) A statement: E statement: O statement: I statement: Tell me if the following are...

Argument from

generalization

b. Argument from analogy

c. Causal Argument

d. Argument from

Probability

24. In New York city, in one neighborhood, there are a great number of fire

engines. Likewise, in this same neighborhood there are a great number of

building fires. Therefore, probably, the fire engines are the reason so many

fires occurred in that neighborhood.

a.

Argument from

generalization

b.

Argument from analogy

c.

Causal Argument

d.

Argument from Probability

25. The Philadelphia Eagles are given 7 to 2 odds of winning the NFC

championship. The New England Patriots are given 8 to 3 odds of winning

the AFC championship. Therefore, the Eagles and Patriots will meet in the

Super Bowl.

a.

Argument from

generalization

b.

Argument from analogy

c.

Causal Argument

d.

Argument from Probability

26. High minimum wages led to increased unemployment in one segment of

the country. That segment's economy relied heavily on agricultural

production; Kansas also relies heavily on agricultural production. Therefore,

probably, increased minimum wages in Kansas will lead to higher

unemployment.

a.

Argument from

generalization

b.

Argument from analogy

c.

Causal Argument

d.

Argument from Probability

27. A segment of 20 convicted murderers were interviewed and asked if the

state in which they committed their crimes had the death penalty would they

have still murdered. 19 responded they would not. Therefore, we can

conclude probably that a vast majority of murderers can be deterred by the

death penalty.

a.

Argument from

generalization

b.

Argument from analogy

c.

Causal Argument

d.

Argument from Probability

28. What is wrong with the argument presented in question number 24.

29. What is wrong with the argument presented in question number 22.

30. What is wrong with the argument presented in question number 27.