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The argument claims that the department store has to expand its home furnishing departments and to decrease the size of its fashion

September 18th, 2014

The argument claims that the department store has to expand its home furnishing departments and to decrease the size of its fashion or clothing sections based on the profit trends of local stores. This argument omits some very important considerations that are necessary to get a full view of the described scenario. The argument does not provide a clear evidence to support or prove the conclusion from the given premises.

Tartfish 2

July 22nd, 2014

The argument claims that Shrimp island is going to face the same fishing issues that the mainisland has faced and the only way to prevent overfishing is by applying government regulations. This statement omits some very important considerations that are necessary to get a full view of the described scenario. The argument does not provide a clear evidence to prove or support the conclusion in the given premises.

The argument claims that there is an increasing percentage of employees who are telecommuting, therefore there is no reason to

July 18th, 2014

The argument claims that there is an increasing percentage of employees who are telecommuting, therefore there is no reason to increase the local taxes to cover the expenses of road maintenance. This argument is not entirely persuasive because it ignores some crucial assumptions and relies on unclear evidence.

Light Bulbs

July 6th, 2014

The statement appeared in a memorandum from the ElectroWares company's marketing department concludes that the reason of the decrease in the economy bulb sales and company profits is the introduction of the new deluxe bulb six months ago. This conclusion is based on unsupported assumptions and fails to be convincing.

Croesus Company

July 5th, 2014

The argument states that businesses fare better under private ownership than under public ownership by giving an example of the profitability of Croesus Company which is not entirely convincing.

Motorcycle X

July 5th, 2014

The argument claims that the foreign company, who had copied motorcycle X, has failed to attract motorcycle X customers. It stated the reason to the engine sound. The motorcycle manufactured by the foreign company does not have loud engine sound as the one manufactured in the United States. This is not entirely convincing as it did consider other reasons such as customers' loyalty. The argument mentioned other comparisons between the two manufacturers which can be invalid.

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