* A)Fact, Definition, Cause, Value, Policy * B) Support, Questions, Warrants, Characteristic, Argument * C)Proof, Argument, Cause, Policy, Support * D)Questions, Definition, Warrants, Proof, Fact 3. What are claims about value? * A) Claims made of what something worth * B) Argue that one person caused another thing to occur * C) What the definition of something is a settled fact * D) Argue against a certain policy approach to a problem 4. What is Claims of Definition? * A) Definition help categorize your topic * B) value involve judgments, appraisals and evaluations * C) State or assert that something is the case * D) the regard that something is held to deserve 5.
Examine the premises; do they contain fallacies? If so, where is the faulty reasoning? if you are unsure of the name of the fallacy, explain why you think the example you cite is a fallacy – that is, what is the faulty reasoning, or the unsound argument, or the misleading argument or statement? 4. Is this an argument from pathos, ethos or logos?
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In the first half of the year earnings for the Resources division have increased, due to higher export coal prices. * Operating in many different geographical areas * Being dependent on customers and supplier chains in each local and overseas areas, as well as different geographical areas of operations. This increases inherent risk due to difficulty to control operation in different locations as well as the climate changes in regards to their products. II. Unusual pressure on management The management is under unusual pressure to perform well and increase returns for shareholders in order to gain more remuneration: * Objective to provide a satisfactory return to shareholders, this would increase inherent risk due to pressure placed on management in order to meet budgets or forecasts * Remuneration plans * Also the directors have significant remuneration plans – they are awarded a lot of
The lack of randomization, manipulation, and control factors make it difficult to establish cause-and-effect relationships with any degree of confidence. The statistical techniques used to compare groups in a causal-comparative research include