Cost of processing

The writer of the argument concludes that the Olympic Foods company should apply the same principles like the film processing; however, this conclusion cannot be accepted as it is in that it rests on a number of premises all of which can be challenged in one way or another. The first problem with the argument…

college graduate

The article in the Waymarsh City newspaper claims that future job prospective will improve dramatically for people seeking college level positions over the next decade. This conclusion is drawn on the basis that demographic trends indicate an increasing number of people will be reaching college age over the next decided. However, the logical reasoning behind…

College positions

The article in the Waymarsh City newspaper claims that future job prospective will improve dramatically for people seeking college level positions over the next decade. This conclusion is drawn on the basis that demographic trends indicate an increasing number of people will be reaching college age over the next decided. However, the logical reasoning behind…

t-767

The argument is seriously flawed because it makes dubious assumptions and offers unreliable evidence. It claims that the survey denotes the fact that buyers desire homes with the features of bathroom with a whirlpool tub and a large kitchen, and then simplistically goes on to conclude that Bower Builders should focus on decreasing the size…

csh213

In the argument, the author concludes that the company ought not to adopt an official code of ethics regarding business practices; instead, the company is supposed to conduct a publicity campaign that stresses the importance of protecting the environment and assisting charities. The author cites the example of a competitor company which received unfavorable publicity…

showerhead tightening

The owner of the complex wants to save more money by changing showerhead through all buildings in its belonging. However not everything is clearly supporting his proposition as there are some deficiency in data available and his predictions are based on vague data, either. We should take account of them and put proper questions that…

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The author argues that, to reverse the declining housing revenues, the campus housing officials should implement two measures: reducing the number of available housing units and lowering housing rent. The line of reasoning is that both the measures will increase occupancy rate, thus boosting the revenues. The recommendation appears persuasive, whilst it is flawed in…