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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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A question that is written to elicit a particular response: b. slanted question
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A loaded question is a question which contains a controversial assumption such as a presumption of guilt. Such questions are used rhetorically, so that the question limits direct replies to be those that serve the questioner's agenda. Source:
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A slanted question is a question that is asked with a predisposed idea. In other words, the way a question is worded may be subjective. Source:
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A deductive argument in which the conclusion is true because it is based on a key term in a definition: Answer a. argument from definition b. argument based on mathematics c. disjunctive syllogism d. argument from description
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A deductive argument in which the conclusion is true because it is based on a key term in a definition: A. Argument from definition
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