The fallacy Denying the Antecedent follows this invalid pattern: (Points : 2)
If A, then B. Not A. Therefore, Not B.
B is A, then C. C. Therefore, A and B.
A is before B. B follows. Therefore, A is before B.

Q: The fallacy Denying the Antecedent follows this invalid pattern: (Points : 2)
If A, then B. Not A. Therefore, Not B.
B is A, then C. C. Therefore, A and B.
A is before B. B

follows. Therefore, A is before B.

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The fallacy Denying the Antecedent follows this invalid pattern: (Points : 2) If A, then B. Not A. Therefore, Not B. B is A, then C. C. Therefore, A and B. A is before B. B follows. Therefore, A is before B.

Weegy: Frog legs taste just like chicken" is a commonly used comparative cliche. TRUE. User: is the process of using what is more familiar to make interpretations, explanations, or inferences about what is less familiar. (Points : 2)
a Comparative Reasoning
b Simplistic Reasoning
d Familiarity Reasoning (More)

comparative reasoning (or this-is-like-that thinking)is the process of using what is more familiar to make interpretations, explanations, or inferences about what is less familiar.

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