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What is a sound argument?(1 point)

A sound argument is a loud statement.

A sound argument is sensible and valid. -My answer

A sound argument is impractical and hard to prove.

A sound argument is a popular opinion.

Which statement describes a sound reason to support a claim?(1 point)

Sound reasons use fancy language.

Sound reasons are grounded in fact. -My answer

Sound reasons represent one person's opinion.

Sound reasons are full of emotion.

Which step should you take first after viewing a commercial for a product?(1 point)

buying the product if the commercial was funny

making a decision based on whether you like the background music

basing your final decision on the visuals used -My answer

examining your emotional response

When listening to a radio speech, which factor besides the reasoning might affect your impression of the arguments?(1 point)

the speaker's perfume

the speaker's height

the background music -My answer

the speaker's hairstyle

Which would be a sound reason to support a leash law for dogs?(1 point)

Leashed dogs are less likely to bother other dogs and humans. -My answer

Some leashes are pretty and can display an owner's personality.

Everyone else I know lives in a town with a leash law.

I am afraid of dogs and don't like seeing them in the park.

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  1. 1. A sound argument is sensible and valid.
    2. Sound reasons are grounded in fact.
    3. examining your emotional response
    4. the background music
    5. Leashed dogs are less likely to bother other dogs and humans.
    :) Trust me

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  2. Dee is 100% correct

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  3. D. A sound argument is sensible and valid.
    D. Sound reasons are grounded in fact.
    C. Examining your emotional response
    B. The background music
    D. Leashed dogs are less likely to bother other dogs and humans.

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  4. Perk is 100% correct

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