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Which kind of logical fallacy sometimes involves using a statistic in a misleading way? A. appeal to lack of evidence B. equivocation C. popular appeal D. hasty generalization
Which kind of logical fallacy sometimes involves using a statistic in a misleading way? answer: b.popular appeal often includes a premise that appeals to what is believed or done by the mainstream or the elite source: › [ Fallacies of Relevance › Irrelevant Appeals ]
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User: Which kind of logical fallacy sometimes involves using a statistic in a misleading way? A. appeal to lack of evidence B. equivocation C. popular appeal D. hasty generalization

Weegy: Which kind of logical fallacy sometimes involves using a statistic in a misleading way? answer: b.popular appeal often includes a premise that appeals to what is believed or done by the mainstream or the elite source: › [ Fallacies of Relevance › Irrelevant Appeals ]
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