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A question that is written to elicit a particular response: Answer a. loaded question b. slanted question c. sampling d. rhetorical question
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User: A question that is written to elicit a particular response: Answer a. loaded question b. slanted question c. sampling d. rhetorical question

Weegy: A question that is written to elicit a particular response slanted question.
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User: A comparison between two or more similar events or things: Answer a. discourse b. logic c. phraseology d. analogy

Weegy: A comparison between two or more similar events or things is a analogy.
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An experiment in which the sample is divided into an experimental and a control group is a controlled experiment.
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