Critical Thinking/Math

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  1. critical thinking

    what is an example of a nonjudicial rhetoric device?
  2. critical thinking

    can claims be sujective andobjective
  3. critical thinking

    how would a poet describe a snowstorm
  4. Critical thinking

    Explain in a easy way of abiguity
  5. business

    1. CheckPoint: Identifying Fallacies • Resource: Ch. 6 End-of-Chapter Exercises and the Answers, Suggestions, and Tips for Triangle Exercises section of Critical Thinking • Complete Exercise 6-6 on pp. 194-196 of Critical Thinking. You are not required
  6. Critical thinking

    How do I determine if an inference is inductively valid or not?
  7. Critical Thinking

    Conditional Proofs 1. P>Q 2. R>Q conclusion is (PvR)>Q
  8. Critical Thinking

    What is a true, non-subjective, factual claim.
  9. Critical Thinking

    What is the easiest way to identify arguments in an article?
  10. english

    Is there an adjective to describe someone who performs critical thinking?
  11. crt205

    why and how could you apply critical thinking when evaluating an article?
  12. english

    Critical thinking: alien tour guide
  13. critical thinking

    a fact on how a poet would describe a snowstorm?
  14. critical thinking

    calling on people to be systematic means that everyone must think the same
  15. English

    What is the relationship between critical thinking and academic integrity?
  16. critical Thinking 205

    support irrationall fears after 9/11
  17. English

    Why and how could you apply critical thinking when evaluating articles? Please help!!!!
  18. Critical Thinking

    What is a stomata do to prevent water loss?
  19. strategies for desicion making

    5 impediments to critical thinking
  20. critical thinking

    A claim's "initial plausibility" is assessed by which of the following?
  21. critical thinking

    What are three approaches to effective writing and speaking
  22. health

    i need a critical thinking question about bulimia for my psych class.
  23. critical thinking

    Identifying fallacies I am having a hard time understanding
  24. English

    Explain how reading, critical thinking, and writing relate to one another.
  25. Critical Thinking

    What are some example of prejudical rhetorical device and nonprejudical devices.
  26. critical thinking

    ) Which of the following, if true, would best explain the material presented in the table?
  27. Critical thinking

    What are the strengths and weaknesses of reversible decision-making?
  28. college

    How do research, writing, and critical thinking help in daily life?
  29. CRITICAL THINKING

    Which of the following, if true, would best explain the material presented in the table?
  30. Critical thinking

    in what situations might an individual writing process be preferable"
  31. CRITICAL THINKING

    What are words or terms used to avoid race and gender?
  32. college

    crt 205 Week 6 DQ 2 critical thinking text
  33. critical thinking

    Are logical arguments more persuasive than emotional and moral ones?
  34. Critical Thinking

    How can someone distinguish between the prejudicial and nonprejudicial use of rhetorical devices?
  35. critical thinking

    Why is Wikipedia acceptable as a quick reference but not for research?
  36. critical thinking

    What if a person whom you did not know made a prejudicial rhetorical statement towards you?
  37. critical thinking

    What are some other examples of paradigm in science and the field of medicine?
  38. critical thinking

    where can i find statsics on young voters in other countries?
  39. Psychology

    Would someone like to help me with it? T_T I need to identify the six principles of critical thinking in the following scenario...
  40. critical thinking

    How are the problems in crime, housing and health interrelated?
  41. critical thinking

    How does one distinguish between prejudicial and nonprejudicial when using rhetorical divices?
  42. critical thinking

    Which of the following, if true, would best explain the material presented in the table?
  43. Critical Thinking

    what is the notion for subsequent multiple authors in a citation
  44. critical thinking

    what word or phrase shows that a conclusion is up ahead
  45. Critical Thinking

    What is a personal mission statement, and how can it be helpful during college?
  46. CRT/205

    How does critical thinking affect you as a reader and writer?
  47. English

    Explain how reading, critical thinking, and writing relate to one another.
  48. Math

    The critical numbers of the function: f(t)=7t^(2/3)+t^(5/3) f'(t)=14/3t^(-1/3)+(5/3)t^(2/3) I got 0 as a critical number but it is hard for me to factor the f'(t). Whats the other critical number? Thank you.
  49. math

    I'm working on some review problems in Math and having trouble on the critical thinking one. The question says is it possible for 2 numbers to have the same LCM and GCF? Explain. I'm not sure where to begin on this. I know how to do both types of problems
  50. college

    1. Capstone CheckPoint „h Due Date: Day 4 [Individual forum] „h Answer the following questions in a 100- to 200-word response. Cover each bullet point in your answer. o In the future, how will thinking critically influence the ways that you: „h Read?
  51. english - Ms. Sue - Please revise

    o In the future, how will thinking critically influence the ways that you: · Read? · Write? · Process information? o Why and how could you apply critical thinking when evaluating each of the following: · Articles · Advertising · Media ·
  52. Critical Thinking

    Earthquake in Gujarat Do the premises sufficiently support the conclusions
  53. Algebra

    CRITICAL THINKING Explain how you know that the slope of the line through (4, 5) and (4, 5) is positive without calculating.
  54. adult education

    i have a paper due on what is critical thinking and how i think this will help me pass the ged
  55. critical thinking

    How can a person disting between prejudical and nonprejudical use of rhetorical devices?
  56. critical thinking

    When you encounter the word "since" in a sentence you should generally conclude that it is acting as which of the following
  57. critical thinking

    how can the concept of national identity both unite and divide people
  58. critical thinking

    How can a problem statement be formulated so that it is considerate of stakeholder's perspectives
  59. english

    how can I apply critical thinking to articles, advertising, media and conversations?
  60. English 101

    how will you use critical thinking to deal fairly with opposing views?
  61. Critical Thinking

    How can a problem statement be formulated so that it is considerate of stakeholders' perspectives?
  62. Critical thinking

    Can a true conclusion be derived validly from false premises?
  63. Critical thinking

    How Do a person distinguish between prejudical and nonprejudical use os rhetorical devices
  64. CRITICAL THINKING

    How can a person distinguish between the prejudicial and nonprejudicial use of rhetorical devices?
  65. Critical Thinking

    How can a person distinguish between the prejudicial and nonprejudicial use of rhetorical devices?
  66. Critical Thinking

    When building arguments of importance, is it more important to be valid or sound?
  67. critical thinking

    How can a person distinguish between the prejudicial and nonprejudicial use of rhetorical devices?
  68. critical thinking

    8. Summarize the steps you completed while evaluating both sides of your topic.
  69. Critical Thinking

    How can a person distinguish between the prejudicial and nonprejudicial use of rhetorical devices?
  70. critical thinking

    Identify the premises and conclusion of each of the arguments in chilhood obesity.
  71. Critical Thinking

    What assumptionss should you be aware of to ensure that they did not interfere with crital analysis.
  72. critical thinking

    The philosophers described above make which of the following assumptions about philosophy as a scholarly discipline?
  73. critical thinking

    How can a person distinguish between the prejudicial and nonprejudicial use of rhetorical devices?
  74. Critical thinking

    How can a person distinguish between the prejudical and non prejudicial use of rehetoical device.
  75. HSM/210

    answers to critical thinking exercise of assignment week5
  76. critical thinking

    is there any program that scans for rhetorical devices and fallacies in a paper?
  77. Critical Thinking

    Some conclusion signal words are: therefore, consequently, and....a) because. b) on the other hand. c) thus I believe this is c thus at first I thought it was a because but that was to explain so I think it is c, thus.
  78. English1A- Critical Thinking and Writing

    Writeacher, I responded to the last post with more to proofread, Thank you.
  79. Critical Thinking

    In the sentence "SUV's are apartment homes on wheels", what is the rhetorical device?
  80. philosophy-critical thinking

    Many people have reported encounters with ghosts. is this unacceptable by testimony?
  81. critical thinking

    its the article about Controlling irrational fears after 9/11 I need to know about the arguments and premises and conclusions
  82. Critical thinking

    How would one respond to this statement Everybody living on the contintent of Africa is well below the poverty line.
  83. us/101

    How do you think collaboration fosters a critical thinking? How might the two work together in your academic and personal life?
  84. critical thinking

    what fallacy is takes someone with a really big heart to give to our charity, and you seem like someone who cares more than most.
  85. Critical thinking

    How do I perfect an expository essay? Introduction, thesis, body and conclusion
  86. foundations of personal finance

    I having trouble understanding the critical thinking worksheet can someone please help me understand this?
  87. critical thinking 205

    How can a person distinguish between the prejudicial and nonprejudicial use of rhetorical? Provide an example of each.
  88. hum/111- critical thinking

    why do you think timing is important when you are building a persuasive case?
  89. Pyschology

    Examples of how are critical thinking skills affected by long term memory?
  90. English

    Why and how could I apply critical thinking when evaluating each of the following: Articles Advertising Media · Conversations
  91. English1A- Critical Thinking and Writing

    I put a post earlier last nite. Did everyone miss it? :(
  92. Critical thinking

    I need help understanding inductive and deductive arguments and stated and unstated premises. Thank you
  93. critical thinking

    peolpe with strong anayticity are able to forsee the consequences of options and events
  94. Critical Thinking

    Hello Ms. Sue... I would like for you to review my response to a question. Is there a way I can send it to you personally and not post it here?
  95. critical thinking.

    "Some lawyers don't lie," is an example of which kind of categorial proposition? a. Particular Negative b.Particular Affirmative i think its a but i'm not sure
  96. creative play

    Which of the following encourages critical thinking? A. Let’s look at these two pictures. B. What did you think of the story? C. What do you predict will happen when…? D. How do you know that is true? C?
  97. critical thinking

    what kind of fallacy is this 'it takes someone with a really big heart to give to our charity, you seem like someone that cares.
  98. 205 Critical Thinking

    What do you think about this statement? Inductive and Deductive claims such as all,none, or some, impact the assertions od argument.
  99. crt 205

    Why and how could you apply critical thinking when evaluating each of the following: • Articles • Advertising • Media • Conversations
  100. economics

    CRITICAL THINKING why might and economist look at hundreds of cars moving along and assembly line and say , "there is an example of scarcity"?