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What is a loaded question?
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User: What is a loaded question?

Weegy: Loading is the act of placing a force or burden upon an object or network.




User: What is a slanted question?

Weegy:
Slant is: to veer or angle away from a given level or line, especially from a horizontal; slope.




User: A deductive argument that rules out different possibilities until only one remains

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A loaded question or complex question fallacy is a question that contains a controversial or unjustified assumption (e.g., a presumption of guilt).

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A slanted question is a question that is asked with a predisposed idea.

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Argument by elimination rules out different possibilities until only one remains.
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