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A radical skeptic might be willing to doubt which of the following? 1.)3+5=8 2.)Grass is green 3.)Cheese is fattening 4.)All of the above
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User: A radical skeptic might be willing to doubt which of the following? 1.)3+5=8 2.)Grass is green 3.)Cheese is fattening 4.)All of the above

Weegy: Answer is: Cheese is fattening
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User: Logic can help analyze ethical problems . 1.)True 2.)False

User: Logic can help analyze ethical problems . TRUE OR FALSE

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