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Which kind of logical fallacy sometimes involves using a statistic in a misleading way?appeal to lack of evidence equivocation popular appeal hasty generalization
Kind of logical fallacy sometimes involves using a statistic in a misleading way: hasty generalization. Hasty generalization (fallacy of insufficient statistics, fallacy of insufficient sample, fallacy of the lonely fact, leaping to a conclusion, [ hasty induction, secundum quid, converse accident) – basing a broad conclusion on a small sample. ]
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