# social choice math homework questions

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Objective: The objective of this is to gain a better understanding of common fallacies and explore how they show up in everyday life, and consider how they can influence your (or others) decision making.

For each fallacy you choose, you must:

• Cite the reference of the fallacy. Note: The fallacy must come from actual media (not online textbooks) and cannot be a made-up example.
• Provide your reasoning as to why the statement is fallacious.
• Describe the intended audience and how the fallacious statement might affect their decision making.
• Choose 1 of the three fallacies listed below and find a real-life example (from the news, internet, etc) that corresponds to it.Be sure to complete steps 1-3 above.
• Choose 1 of the three fallacies listed below and find a real-life example (from the news, internet, etc) that corresponds to it.Be sure to complete steps 1-3 above.
• Appeal to emotions
• Appeal to popularity
• Circular reasoning
• Diversion
• Personal Attack
• False Cause

1. Choose 1 of the three fallacies listed below and find a real-life example (from the news, internet, etc) that corresponds to it.Be sure to complete steps 1-3 above.
• Limited choice
• Appeal to ignorance
• Straw man

Then, answer the following question: Which of the fallacies do you feel is the hardest to understand and/or identify and why?

1.Draw a Venn diagram for the proposition. Label all regions of the diagram clearly

• Some students are not vegetarians.
• Social Choice is a math course.
• No classrooms have windows.

2.There are 62 classrooms in a building, 50 classrooms have Multimedia system, 31 classrooms have a Smart Board system, and 22 classrooms have both Multimedia and Smart Board.

• Draw a Venn diagram to represent the given information.
• Do you need to make any changes to your Venn Diagram if there are 67 classrooms in the building?Explain your answer.

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