1. You should read this book. Everybody likes it so it must be good maycommit
which fallacy? (Points : 1)
Appeal to pity
Appeal to popularity
Appeal to parenthood
Argumentum ad librum
2. A student asks a teacherfor a one day extension. The teacher says if she gives aone dayextension, then she would have to give a two day extension, then athree day extension
and eventually not have any deadlines. This mightbe an example of the (Points : 1)
appeal to popularity fallacy.
slippery slope fallacy.
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