1. Charlton argued that if we outlaw guns, only outlaws will have guns. What kind of reasoning is this? 

example 

cause 

analogy 

narrative 

sign 

 

2. Which of the following is a characteristic of mathematical or scientific proof? 

the support involves values and judgments 

it cannot be proven, it can only be supported 

the claims can often be proved with certainty 

it can only be used by scientific experts 

the strength of the support is determined by the speaker and the audience together 

 

3. The term "fugitive materials" refers to: 

books and articles that have not been returned to the library. 

unpublished papers and archives that are hard to find on the Web. 

sources that can only be found in the historical archives of the library. 

information on personal websites, like blogs. 

notes you have taken, but you cannot remember where you left them. 

 

4. The claim in a rhetorical proof can be a thesis statement, a main idea, or a subpoint. 

True 

False 

 

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