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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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Given this example of arguments, what would be the most probable outcome or decision made that would follow? "Marley and Me is the best dog movie since the 1957 classic, Old Yeller. Owen Wilson gives his best cinematic performance to date. Jennifer Aniston is wonderful as the often frustrated, yet patient owner of the wild and lovalble Lab. Alan Arkin is truly funny as Wilson's somewhat jaded editior who is full of homespun wisdom on pets, spouses, and life in general. And Marley is the ...
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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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