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That's Not Logic! By Eric Hedman
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Rudimentary Fallacies Illustrated. Critical Thinking in Cartoons. An aid to understanding and remembering the ways rhetoric can be warped for good or ill. The Rudimentary Logical Fallacies in... More > strange and ludicrous black and white illustrations. Included are a giant chicken, a Lizardman, and a collection of odd stick figure people. One stick figures is wearing a bow tie. From a weirdo who helped bring you the earth shatteringly important PC game, The Sims.< Less
Starter's Guide to Critical Reasoning in GMAT By GMAT Adviser
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- 22 pages Not very long. Not too short. Just the right length of pages on a topic that will provide you the right amount of information and pointers to start practicing, immediately. - Two... More > diagrams to sum-up all types of CR questions I explain a logic that encompasses all types of Critical Reasoning Questions. Once you understand it, you will know how similar and easy to handle all those question types are. - Explanation to types of fallacies and logical structures tested on GMAT Three types of logical structures (If-Then, Venn Diagrams, Math Logic) and several fallacies are discussed to give you a quick introduction to formal logic. - Explanation on 7 questions types In addition to explaining the 7 question types, there are cheats included to identify "the right answer" and "the wrong answers". - A note on general tactics to handle CR questions - Summary table and 42 Flashcards for quick and easy revision - No Practise Questions< Less
Starter's Guide to Critical Reasoning in GMAT By GMAT Adviser
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- 22 pages Not very long. Not too short. Just the right length of pages on a topic that will provide you the right amount of information and pointers to start practicing, immediately. - Two... More > diagrams to sum-up all types of CR questions I explain a logic that encompasses all types of Critical Reasoning Questions. Once you understand it, you will know how similar and easy to handle all those question types are. - Explanation to types of fallacies and logical structures tested on GMAT Three types of logical structures (If-Then, Venn Diagrams, Math Logic) and several fallacies are discussed to give you a quick introduction to formal logic. - Explanation on 7 questions types In addition to explaining the 7 question types, there are cheats included to identify "the right answer" and "the wrong answers". - A note on general tactics to handle CR questions - Summary table and 42 Flashcards for quick and easy revision - No Practise Questions< Less

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