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13. Verbal or musical devices for triggering memory are ___________. (Points : 5) Memorization Mesmerizing Mnemonics
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User: 13. Verbal or musical devices for triggering memory are ___________. (Points : 5) Memorization Mesmerizing Mnemonics

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The words “never” and “always” are example of absolutes in questions and are called _________. examples. qualifiers. detailers. facilitators.
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The words “never” and “always” are example of absolutes in questions and are called qualifiers.
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7. The following is an example of the Fallacy of False Division: Tyler, who is ten, has often told his parents that in college he wants to learn how big buildings and bridges are built. These are subjects addressed in civil engineering. Therefore, Tyler has said that he wants to study civil engineering in college. (Points : 1) True False
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Tyler, who is ten, has often told his parents that in college he wants to learn how big buildings and bridges are built. These are subjects addressed in civil engineering. Therefore, Tyler has said that he wants to study civil engineering in college. FALSE - this is NOT an example of the Fallacy of False Division.
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