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According to your textbook, the following statement is an example of what type of fallacy? of course we should use the latest innovations in testing for high-school students. if the testing methods are new, they will definitely be better than older methods. a. bandwagon b. false syllogism c. appeal to tradition d. invalid analogy e. appeal to novelty
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The answer is: e. appeal for news
The appeal of a news gown is essentially what this statement is exactly and literally because the argument is based on something being better than the other because it is newer. The other choices cannot be made because bandwidth is based on your argument essentially on what others believe, if the majority believe it is right, then by these walls, it is right; false syllogism is a false suggestion, drawing the wrong conclusion from two premises; appealing to traditions is the one that is believed to be right because it is a traditional belief; An invalid or false analogy is an assumption that two things are different but in a certain way, then they are different in every aspect.