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Q: What might be an open question that a writer would ask of a peer reviewer regarding her introduction? Select one of the options below as your answer:A. How can my opening paragraph better outline
what the essay covers? B. Is there too much slang in my opening paragraph?C. Does my introduction tie the rest of the paper together?
A: An open question that a writer would ask of a peer reviewer regarding her introduction is: A. How can my opening paragraph better outline what the essay covers?
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User: What might be an open question that a writer would ask of a peer reviewer regarding her introduction? Select one of the options below as your answer:A. How can my opening paragraph better outline what the essay covers? B. Is there too much slang in my opening paragraph?C. Does my introduction tie the rest of the paper together?

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Which type of faulty logic appears in these sentences? Congressman Brown's own property was included in the improvement project he brought to our town. He was not acting for the greater good at all.Select one of the options below as your answer: A. false analogy B. either-or fallacy C. ad hominem D. appeal to ignorance
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Congressman Brown's own property was included in the improvement project he brought to our town. He was not acting for the greater good at all. The type of faulty logic that appears in these sentences is: Ad hominem fallacy.

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