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Logical Fallacies I

Fallacies occur when using invalid logic, irrelevant facts, or incorrect reasoning to lead to a misconception. Which fallacy is committed in each quote?


 

Quiz ID:#29744
Fun:*** (2.47)
Difficulty:** (2.03)
Category:Humanities
Created By:HarryPutter*ca****!!

 

 

 



#1   Which fallacy is committed in the following: "4 out of 5 dentists approve of this shampoo"?






#2   Which fallacy is committed in the following: "Eat your food. Think about the starving children in Africa"?






#3   Which fallacy is committed in the following: "This hotel room has bed bugs, therefore the whole hotel has bed bugs"?







#4   Which fallacy is committed in the following: "Every time I talk to Pete, there is a thunderstorm. Therefore, Pete causes thunderstorms"?







#5   Which fallacy is committed in the following: "My beliefs are right because the scripture says they are right"?






#6   Which fallacy is committed in the following: "Justin Bieber has millions of fans; therefore, he must be talented"?







#7   Which fallacy is committed in the following: "If we allow our children to play violent video games, they will become violent. Violence leads to crime and murder. Therefore, we should ban video games to prevent crime"?






#8   Which fallacy is committed in the following: "Either you're with me, or against me"?






#9   Which fallacy is committed in the following: "There's no evidence that there is no God, therefore God exists"?







#10   Which fallacy is committed in the following: "People are like cats. You have to know how to scratch them to win their favor"?







 

 


   



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