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Bcom 275 guide 3 26) If you use only a few examples to represent the whole of the conclusion, you are committing this logical fallacy. A. Faulty causation B. Hasty generalization C. Either/or thinking D. Slippery slope

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26) If you use only a few examples to represent the whole of the conclusion, you are committing this logical fallacy. ...

26) If you use only a few examples to represent the whole of the conclusion, you are committing this logical fallacy.
A. Faulty causation
B. Hasty generalization
C. Either/or thinking
D. Slippery slope

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Bcom 275 guide 3 26) If you use only a few examples to represent the whole of the conclusion, you are committing this logical fallacy. 	A.   Faulty causation 	B.   Hasty generalization 	C.   Either/or thinking 	D.   Slippery slope	Bcom 275 guide 3 26) If you use only a few examples to represent the whole of the conclusion, you are committing this logical fallacy. A. Faulty causation B. Hasty generalization C. Either/or thinking D. Slippery slope Document Transcript