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india on November 28, 2021

Why is B wrong?

B is also showing with a false conclusion based off assuming something describing the whole can also apply to all of the parts. Both A and B seem to do this. What makes A right over B?

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Jay-Etter on January 18, 2022

You're correct that both A and B are whole to part flaws! However, they differ because B says it is LIKELY that the weather is very cold on any given day, which introduces a conception of probability rather than concluding any particular day is DEFINITELY very cold. Both A and the stimulus don't use a judgment of probability but rather make a definite claim.