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Fallacies Table: definition & example

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Can you help me with this project below. I am doing the 3rd part from the book. Hopefully I get that done correctly. I need help with part 1 and part 2. Thanks!
The Chart is attached for ease!
Jacinta

Part 1. In the following chart are fallacies. In the second column, define the fallacy, in the third column provide a real life example of each.

Fallacy Definition Example
Hasty Generalization
Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc
Extravagant Hypothesis
False Analogy
The Fallacy of Composition
Slippery Slope
Appeal to authority
Appeal to tradition
Bandwagon appeal
Appeal to ignorance

Part 2. Complete a web search on fallacies. Provide at least two other fallacies in the chart below. In the second column, define the fallacy, in the third column provide a real life example of each.

Fallacy Definition Example

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The solution is attached as a word file (see attachment: Fallaciestable.doc). I have explained each fallacy as clearly as possible but I suggest that in your final paper, you try ...

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The solution which is attached as a word file presents a Fallacies Table. Part 1 presents a table wherein the listed fallacies (see long description below) are defined followed by an example. Part 2 ads two more fallacies - a definition as well as an example. Fore references, a list of web resources have been provided to allow students room for further research on the topic.

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