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Critical thinking is a practical process intended to help us reason and reflect about what we should actually believe and what we should actually do in real-life situations. (Points : 1) True False
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____________ is the degree of knowledge the listener has about the object to which the unknown is being compared. (Points : 1) Comprehensiveness, in the evaluation of comparisons Simplicity, in the evaluation of comparisons Familiarity, in the evaluation of comparisons
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Familiarity, in the evaluation of comparisons is the degree of knowledge the listener has about the object to which the unknown is being compared.

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