LaGuardia Community Opponents of the Equal Rights Amendment

LaGuardia Community Opponents of the Equal Rights Amendment

Which fallacy does the following statement or argument commit: “Opponents of the Equal Rights Amendment believe that women should stay barefoot and pregnant.”(a) Straw man(b) Untestability(c) Accident(d) Slippery slope(e) Weak analogy A. a2. B. b C. c D. d E. e 1 points QUESTION 2 1. Which fallacy does the following statement or argument commit: “If we accept restriction on free speech then opponents of freedom will soon be asking for more restrictions elsewhere and before we know it we’ll be living under a totalitarian regime.”(a) Slippery slope(b) weak analogy(c) Untestability(d) Accident(e) Straw man A. a2. B. b C. c D. d E. e 1 points QUESTION 3 1. Which fallacy does the following statement or argument commit: “Whenever I wear green socks my logic grade goes up. That is why I save my green socks to wear only on the days of the test.”(a) False cause(b) Untestability(c) Accident(d) Hasty generalization(e) Weak analogy A. a2. B. b C. c D. d E. e 1 points QUESTION 4 1. Which fallacy does the following statement or argument commit:i. Jim Baker was an insincere Christian.ii. Therefore, all Christians are insincere.(a) Hasty generalization(b) Slippery slope(c) Untestability(d) false cause(e) accident A. a2. B. b C. c D. d E. e 1 points QUESTION 5 1. Which fallacy does the following statement or argument commit: “Prof. Jones: The university just cut our yearly budget by $10,000. Prof. Smith: What are we going to do? Prof. Brown: I think we should eliminate one of the teaching assistant positions. That would take care of it. Prof. Jones: We could reduce our scheduled raises instead. Prof. Brown: I can’t understand why you want to bleed us dry like that, Jones.” (a) Straw man(b) Untestability(c) Accident(d) Slippery slope(e) Weak analogy A. a2. B. b C. c D. d E. e 1 points QUESTION 6 1. Which fallacy does the following statement or argument commit: “She began making $100,000 the year after she graduated from college, and when she took an IQ test, she scored 20 points higher than when she was in high school. See, I told you: money makes people smarter.”(a) Straw man(b) Hasty generalization(c) False cause(d) Untestability(e) Accident A. a2. B. b C. c D. d E. e 1 points QUESTION 7 1. Which fallacy does the following statement or argument commit: “Protesting against racial injustice only causes more of it to occur.”(a) Straw man(b) Hasty generalization(c) False cause(d) Untestability(e) Accident A. a2. B. b C. c D. d E. e 1 points QUESTION 8 1. Which fallacy does the following statement or argument commit: “If we legalize marijuana, the next thing you know we’ll legalize heroine, LSD, crack, and cocaine.”(a) Slippery slope(b) weak analogy(c) Untestability(d) false cause(e) Straw man A. a2. B. b C. c D. d E. e 1 points QUESTION 9 1. Which fallacy does the following statement or argument commit: “Employees are like nails. Just as nails must be hit over the head in order to make them work, so must employees.” (a) false cause(b) accident(c) Slippery slope(d) weak analogy(e) Hasty generalization

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