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A person who is shown his or her argument commits a fallacy should a.run screaming from the room. b.argue louder. c.add another fallacy. d.revise the argument.
D. Revise the argument
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User: A person who is shown his or her argument commits a fallacy should a.run screaming from the room. b.argue louder. c.add another fallacy. d.revise the argument.





Weegy: D. Revise the argument
Expert answered|AwesomeGuy200|Points 1031|

User: “That coin, when flipped, will either come up heads or tails" may commit which fallacy? a.Slippery slope fallacy b.No fallacy committed c.False dichotomy d.Begging the question

Weegy: A. Slippery Slope fallacy
Expert answered|AwesomeGuy200|Points 1031|

User: "China uses too much oil. So they shouldn't develop their industry" may commit which fallacy? a. Ad populum b. False dichotomy c. False friend d. Ad orientam

Weegy: b. False dichotomy
Expert answered|tinkermei|Points 740|

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