Strong and Weak Arguments

Strong and Weak Arguments

 
Strong Arguments must be both important and directly related to question.
Weak Arguments may not be directly related to the question and may be of minor importance or may be related to the trivial/insignificant aspect of the question.
 
Lets see the format of question asked in Exam:
 
Directions for questions: An interrogative sentence is followed by two arguements- one begining with 'Yes' and other with'No'. You have to pick one of the following answer choices which is applicable to each of the following questions:
A) If only arguement (1) is forceful
B) If only arguement (2) is forceful
C) If either arguement (1) or (2) are forceful
D) If neighter (1) nor (2) is forceful
 
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