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  • What law tactic is used below? Defense Attorney: This young man could not possibly have killed his parents, because he is now an orphan.
    What law tactic is used below? Defense Attorney: This young man could not possibly have killed his parents, because he is now an orphan.
    1. Circular ReasoningThis is an example of circular logic because the defense is arguing that the boy cant have killed his parents, because their death makes him an orphan.

  • Which king is the only one to not have a moustache in a standard pack of cards?
    Which king is the only one to not have a moustache in a standard pack of cards?
    In a standard deck of 52 playing cards, the only king card not to have a mustache is the king of hearts. This is because a lot of people tend to associate the heart with being the most pure organ in the body. Due to that, the heart doesn’t wear disguises, which a mustache can be used as. So, the king of hearts is clean-shaven. However, there were rumors that the king of hearts is supposed to represent Charlemagne, whom is often depicted with a beard and mustache, so there may be no truth to this or it may have morphed. That said, there are decks that depict all four kings with a mustache. So, overall, it really depends on who made the deck you’re playing with.

  • Is it true or false? In his senior year at high school, future astronaut Neil Armstrong was voted “Least Likely to Succeed.”
    Is it true or false? In his senior year at high school, future astronaut Neil Armstrong was voted “Least Likely to Succeed.”
    I dont think so coz rumours have it bt not yet proven

  • Is it true or false? It takes the Earth 365 days to go around the Sun.
    Is it true or false? It takes the Earth 365 days to go around the Sun.
    Actually, you are all wrong, because you spend too much time on this website making and answering stupid questions, while you are living in your mom's basement. When you could be making good use of your time and actually getting a job. Instead of wasting your life and intelligence on this website. I realize you may want to say the same thing I had previouslystated back to myself, but I am only 14. Havea good day and please find a life for my sake, your moms, and the rest of the worlds.

  • How many apples will you have now if you have 9 apples and you take 5 apples?
    How many apples will you have now if you have 9 apples and you take 5 apples?
    I was thinking if YOU have 9 and YOU take 5 away, logically, you'd have 5 in one hand and 4 in the other unless you got rid of the 4. So, you should still have 9!

  • How many balls can a robot control?
    How many balls can a robot control?
    1. 3-g22 moving or positioning a basketball to gain advantage is considered actively controlling. examples are carrying (holding basketballs in the robot), herding (intentionally pushing or impelling basketballs to a desired location or direction) and trapping (pressing one or more basketballs against a court element in an attempt to shield them). examples of basketball interaction that are not actively controlling are bulldozing (inadvertently coming in contact with basketballs that happen to be in the path of the robot as it drives down the court) and deflecting (being hit by a propelled basketball that bounces or rolls off the robot). a basketball that becomes unintentionally lodged on a robot will be considered controlled by the robot. it is important to design your robot so that it is impossible to inadvertently or intentionally control more than three basketballs at a time.

  • What is the difference between Cygnus Knights and Explorers?
    What is the difference between Cygnus Knights and Explorers?
    Explorers and Cygnus knights are character orders that are available in the MapleStory. MapleStory is a side-scrolling 2D, role-playing and multiplayer online game, and it is free to play. The Wizet company developed the MapleStory. To get the game enhancements and some of the characters for this game, you can get them at the cash shop. This game is available in many countries with different versions. In this multi-player game, the players have interactions with other players through chat, mini-games, and trading. The characters involved in this game develop their skills and also conquer monsters, among others, by traveling found the Maple World. Cygnus knights or knights of Cygnus is considered to be a derivative of explorer classes original 5. The maximum level which can be reached on this character “order” is 120. At every level, Cygnus knights receive 6 AP, and 5 AP at any level from 70 upward. On the other hand, explorers can attain up to 200, and they receive 5 AP and 3 SP at every level.

  • What is the following statement? A feather is light.What is light cannot be dark.Therefore, a feather cannot be dark.
    What is the following statement? A feather is light.What is light cannot be dark.Therefore, a feather cannot be dark.
    Equivocation-in this use of equivocation, the word light is first used as the opposite of heavy, but then used as a synonym of bright (the fallacy usually becomes obvious as soon as one tries to translate this argument into another language). because the middle term of this syllogism is not one term, but two separate ones masquerading as one (all feathers are indeed not heavy, but it is not true that all feathers are bright), this type of equivocation is actually an example of the fallacy of four terms.

  • What is the URL address for the WoT Blitz forums?
    What is the URL address for the WoT Blitz forums?
    Websites are essential parts of this present-day world. Relatively anything you do nowadays can be enhanced with a proper website building. This is simply because of the civilization and modernization that every part of the world have experienced. With a well-developed site, your business or organization, or whatever you want to do can be well enhanced and made more accessible. Even there are websites where you can play games nowadays. An excellent example of such a website is wotblitz However, relatively, every site has a page called forum. This forum is a platform for customers or users of the site to discuss, chat, and relate with themselves and probably the owner of the website. These sites are platforms or as the name implies, panels where games discussions can be made among users.

  • What type of gaming fallacy is this? Birds normally can fly. Tweety the Penguin is a bird. Therefore, Tweety can fly. 1. Circular Reasoning 2. Sweeping generalization 3....
    What type of gaming fallacy is this? Birds normally can fly. Tweety the Penguin is a bird. Therefore, Tweety can fly. 1. Circular Reasoning 2. Sweeping generalization 3....
    I'd say this is a formal fallacy. "Birds normally can fly" cannot be interchanged with "All birds can fly" because of the fence "normally". If we were to treat normally as an indicator that only some birds can fly, this becomes a formal fallacy. Tweety is just one of the birds that cannot fly, as only some can.

  • What do you do if you see an enemy close to you (You have a sniper)?
    What do you do if you see an enemy close to you (You have a sniper)?
    Take out your pistol and shoot him Knife him or take out a rapid-fire weapon

  • How much will 10 Robux be, if 1 Robux is 4.95?
    How much will 10 Robux be, if 1 Robux is 4.95?
    4.95 so multipy it 4.95 and 10 so the correct answer is 49.5

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