You are eating a fruit salad that contains the following ingredients: bib lettuce, bananas, apples, coconut, kiwi, mango, avocado, figs, and almonds. Make a list or each item in your salad and their countries of origin.
Include why each fruit grows well in that particular area.
Then, determine crops, in addition to the fruit salad items, are grown in your area.
Address the following topics:
How many items in your salad were locally grown?
How dependent on international trade and trade between states are we?
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A variety of crops and their origin are assessed.
Deductive Argument: an example, plus review of Third World Farmer game
Question 1: Think of a deductive argument (either valid or fallacious) that you encountered over the last 1-2 weeks or the past month. Share it and analyze it in two paragraphs.
Question 2: Go to the following website: http://www.3rdworldfarmer.com/
When you are done playing, complete the following questions:
a. Game Environment: Note the visuals, music, and other environmental elements of the game. Games create a world for their players. What can you infer based upon the designer's decisions for the world you engaged? Select 2-3 notable examples, and comment on them.
b. Game System: What are the rules of the game? What claims about the world does the game make based upon the provided rules? Select 1-2 notable examples and comment on them.
c. Summarize: Based upon the above examples that you mentioned, briefly summarize the central argument of this game in your own words.
d. Test: Does the game make a valid deductive argument? Why or why not?View Full Posting Details