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True or False: Deductive reasoning applies a general observation, experience, law, or rule to a specific situation
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User: True or False: Deductive reasoning applies a general observation, experience, law, or rule to a specific situation

Weegy: True
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User: Which of the following is considered a non-print source? A. DVD B. Book C. Magazine D. Newspaper

Weegy: A. DVD
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Weegy: An example of a bandwagon fallacy is A) Everyone is doing it. User: Which of the following sources is considered more reputable? A. Tertiary B. Secondary C. Primary D. a Friend of a Friend Weegy: C. Primary User: A secondary source: A. is any original information that comes directly from the author. B. is an index of sources about the topic. C. comments upon primary sources, usually by interpreting and evaluating original material. D. is not reliable under any circumstance. Weegy: The answer is B. User: Which of the following is NOT an example of fair use? A. Parody B. Summary C. Quoting large portions of an original text, denoted by quotation marks and correct citation. D. Quotation of excerpts in a review or criticism for purposes of illustration or comment, denoted by quotation marks and correct citation. (More)
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Which of the following most closely describes Propaganda? A. The ability to recognize when information is needed and to locate, evaluate, and ethically use that information. B. To examine in order to suppress or delete anything considered objectionable C. intangible property that is the result of creativity D. the spreading of ideas, information, or rumor for the purposes of helping or injuring a person, a cause, or an institution.
Weegy: D. the spreading of ideas, information, or rumor for the purposes of helping or injuring a person, a cause, or an institution. User: Which of the following questions is NOT an appropriate question to ask when evaluating a source? A. Is there an identifiable motive for presenting the information? B. Is the author moderate or extreme in presenting the views? C. Is the information a primary source or a secondary source? D. Will my reader care if my information is not accurate and reliable? Weegy: The following is not an appropriat question to ask when evaluating a source: D. Will my reader care if my information is not accurate and reliable? User: Which of the following is not a popular periodical? A. Journal of the American Medical Association B. National Geographic C. Time Magazine D. National Enquirer User: Which of the following is NOT a classification system used to shelve books in a Library? A. SuDoc B. Dewey Decimal C. Library of Congress Classification System D. Biological Classification (or taxonomy) (More)
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answer of the last question is D. Biological Classification (or taxonomy) is a branch of biology. It can not be a classification system to shelve books in a Library.
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