For the following passage, try to come up with an additional premise that will turn the passage into a deductively valid or an inductively strong argument. Usually this requires adding a general moral principle and, sometimes, an extra non-moral claim as well. The idea is to guarantee that the "ought" claim follows from the "is" claim. "We ought not to leave the showroom model's accessories off the price tag, since that will really mislead customers."© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 4, 2020, 1:34 am ad1c9bdddf
We ought not to leave the showroom model's accessories off the price tag, since that will really mislead customers.
The argument for including the price of accessories on the price tag:
Since the price tag usually begins with a manufacturer's suggested price and is not the final price, there is every reason to include all the components of the price. It is a point to begin the bargaining and it should include all accessories installed on the ...
In a 297 word solution, effective arguments are presented for both situations.