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28 November, 16:02

Write arguments as directed for the following situations.

Imagine that your friend wants to have hamburgers for

dinner. You want to have pizza instead.

a. Write an argument that is ineffective because it is false.

b. Write an argument that is ineffective because it is unrelated to the conclusion

c. Write an argument that is effective.

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  1. 28 November, 16:35
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    I have one that is effective.

    Explanation:

    Your friend wants to have a hamburger for dinner, but you want to have pizza instead. You should talk to them about maybe having pizza this night and maybe a hamburger the next night. But, they don't agree with you. Then you decide to compromise with them. And, you have both. First you being a nice person go to McDonald's and get their hamburger, then you get your pizza.

    I hope it works
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