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Complete downloadable Solutions Manual for Asking the Right Questions A Guide to Critical Thinking 10th Edition by Browne. INSTRUCTOR RESOURCE INFORMATION
TITLE: Asking the Right Questions A Guide to Critical Thinking
RESOURCE:Solutions Manual
EDITION: 10th Edition
AUTHOR: Browne, Keeley

Table of content

Chapter 1: The Benefit and Manner of Asking the Right Questions
Chapter 2: What are the Issue and the Conclusion?
Chapter 3: What Are the Reasons?
Chapter 4: What Words or Phrases Are Ambiguous?
Chapter 5: What Are the Value and Descriptive Assumptions?
Chapter 6: Are There Any Fallacies in the Reasoning?
Chapter 7: How Good Is the Evidence: Intuition, Personal Experience, Case Examples,
Chapter 8: How Good Is the Evidence: Personal Observation, Research Studies, and Analogies?
Chapter 9: Are There Rival Causes?
Chapter 10: Are the Statistics Deceptive?
Chapter 11: What Significant Information is Omitted?
Chapter 12: What Reasonable Conclusions Are Possible?

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