A widely publicized study claims that HR2

In the passage, the president argues that our company can continue to use HR2 in our shampoo without finding any other alternative. This is based on the premise that widely publicized study involved only 500 participants and we have not received any complaints from our customer. However, on deeper analysis, it becomes apparent that certain…

Velazquez’s campaign statement

In Velazquez’s campaign statement, he is advocating jailing people for petty crimes in Barchester on the basis that the city of Spartanburg implemented this policy and saw a 20% drop in violent crimes in the following years. This argument may look reasonable at first glance, but upon further examination, the argument contains severe logical flaws…

To Music or Not

In the music department chair’s memo to the president of Omega University, he is recommending the university to expand the music-therapy degree program by increasing its enrollment targets. The basis for his argument is that mental health experts have observed less severe symptoms in patients after group music therapy sessions and that job openings in…

HR Dilemma

The HR Director’s memo to the executive officers of the company states that communication between employees and management, one of the important issues that has consistently ranked on top of a list of possible improvements based on employee surveys, has been resolved. The memo claims that after the survey was conducted, the company has since…

Cost reduction

In Olympic Food’s annual report that was sent to the stockholders, management asserts that the company can expect to minimize its costs and maximize profits as its twenty-fifth anniversary approaches on the basis that with time, the costs of processing decreases because an organization will become more efficient. The report cites the cost of color…

Educational Reform

In the Saluda newspaper editorial, the writer proposes to reduce the number of courses offered at Saluda Consolidated High School on the basis that a smaller private school in town offers a basic curriculum with significantly less courses yet consistently sends a higher proportion of graduating seniors to college than Saluda Consolidated High School does….

Motorcycle Noise

In the business section of the local newspaper, the author attempts to analyze why a foreign version of a popular product Motorcycle X is not selling well in the US market. Some have suggested that it is due to the fact that the foreign copycat version lacks the exceptionally loud noise made by motorcycle X….

Flawed Business manager recommendation

The business manager of a department store recommends that in order to take advantage of recent trend department store should reduce the size of clothing department while to enlarge home furnishings and household products departments. To support his recommendation manager provides evidence of decreased profits of clothing department and increased profits of home furnishing departments…

South Fork Gazette

In the argument, the author advocate the idea that the real flowers in the city should be replaced by artificial flowers. In supporting of his conclusion, the author rises the points that real flowers are easy to wilt as well as the artificial flowers are less expensive to maintain. At the first glance, the argument…