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QUESTION 1
Arriving to well-reasoned concussions and solutions, tested against relevant criteria and standards; as well
as, communicating solutions to complex problems clearly are results of ?
Analizing
Critical Thinking
Questioning
Properly citing sources
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QUESTION 2
Questions that require the writer to provide details and specifics are inquiries that help ensure the quality of
your thinking (and writing) through which Universal Intellectual Standard?
Precision
Fairness
Depth
Clarity
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QUESTION 3
Questions that require the writer to question their own bias perspective and whether or not they are
considering all relevant view points in good faith are inquiries that help ensure the quality of your thinking
(and writing) through which Universal Intellectual Standard?
Depth
Logic
Fairness
Relevance
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QUESTION 4
Questions that require the writer to elaborate on a topic to ensure accuracy and relevance trough multiple
means like illustrations or examples; are inquiries that help ensure the quality of your thinking (and writing)
through which Universal Intellectual Standard?
Accuracy
Clarity
Logic
Prcission
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QUESTION 5
Question that ensure connectivity between thoughts as well as with the topic being addressed
are inquiries that help ensure the quality of your thinking (and writing) through which Universal Intellectual
Standard?
Breath
Accuracy
Relevance
Logic
QUESTION 6
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If you ask yourself, ” What are the strengths and weaknesses of my viewpoint?” , you would be checking for
your reasoning’s _____________
Data, information and evidence.
Point of view
Theories
Implications and consequences
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QUESTION 7
If you ask yourself, ” How are my assumptions shaping my point of view?” , you would be checking for
your reasoning’s _____________
Inferences or interpretations
Point of View
Assumptions
Concepts and theories
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QUESTION 8
If you ask yourself, ” Have I gather sufficient appropriate data to reach a reasonable conclussion?” , you
would be checking for your reasoning’s _____________
Assumptions
Questions (hypotheses) to solve the problem
Concepts and theories
Data, information and evidence
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QUESTION 9
“It’s true because I believe it”, “It’s true because WE believe it”, “It’s true because I WANT to believe it”, “It’s
true because I have ALWAYS believed it”, and “It’s true because it is in my SELFISH interest
to believe it”; all of these are MAJORproblems created by _____________________.
Insufficient information
Egocentric thinking
Critical thinking
Assumptions
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QUESTION 10
Having the courage to deal with the struggles of confusion and unanswered questions in order to find
deeper understanding despite the irrational opposition of others shows what intellectual trail?
Intellectual courage
Intellectual conformity
Confidence in reason
Intellectual perseverance
QUESTION 11
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Allowing your believes and viewpoints to be passively lead by your own negative emotions are traits of
Intellectual cowardice
Intellectual arrogance
Intellectual empathy
Fairmindedness
QUESTION 12
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The ability to be sensitive to our own shortcomings including personal bias, prejudice and the limitations of
our own view points are traits of
Intellectual integrity
Intellectual humility
Intellectual conformity
Intellectual arrogance
QUESTION 13
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If the assignment prompt requires the MINIMUM amount of words to be 100 words, how many words should
your answer have in order to be graded?
97
98
99
100 or MORE
QUESTION 14
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What is the mistake with the following statement.
“Untitled” is an artwork hard to interpret, the artist should have added more color in order to make it more
interesting.
The name of the artist is missing
Color is not the best ways to make an artwork interesting
The artist is being critiqued by an unqualified individual without proper evidence.
There is no mistake
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QUESTION 15
What is the mistake with the following statement.
The artwork has lines of many kinds. Within each space there are many different colors. Red , which is used
in multiple areas gives a sense of anger. With all these elements the artwork stands out from the rest in the
gallery.
Red is the color normally associated with love not anger.
The sentence lacks focus under the main topic of line and does not provide enough evidence to support
it.
There is not enough evidence to indicate whether or not the artwork is clearly the best one in the gallery.
There is nothing wrong with the sentence.
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QUESTION 16
What is the mistake with the following statement.
Yesterday I went to the Amon Carter. I was walking though the museum and the artwork by Piet Mondrian
stood out to me. The artwork is not very colorful but the lines and the squares ware awesome – I just couldn’t
take my eyes away from it.
There is not information that clearly describes the location of the painting in the museum.
The name of the artwork is missing.
The wringing is written in passive word as if it was for a personal journal and not a formal paper.
There is nothing wrong.
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QUESTION 17
What is the mistake with the following statement.
The paining represents a tall skinny tree, a lot of stars and a large moon.
The description lacks details.
There is missing information of or evidence.
The word represents is incorrect, “depicts” would have been the proper word to use.
There is nothing wrong.
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QUESTION 18
What is the mistake with the following statement.
The objects in the paining are incredible; all the colors were perfectly blended to make a beautiful painting.
The words incredible, perfectly and beautiful are vague terms that require further explanation.
A coma should have been used instead of a semicolon.
The sentence does not describe what kind of objects were perfectly painted.
There is nothing wrong.
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QUESTION 19
What is the mistake with the following statement.
The viewer’s eyes are attracted immediately to the figures head because there are vertical lines pointing
towards it.
People would be attracted to the face regardless of the lines because we are biologically disposed to
search for faces.
Further description of the lines is necessary to make this statement correct.
The writer is making the assumption that every person is exploring the artwork in the same
manner. Even though there my be strong evidence for a well formed opinion, the fact is, that the
statement is hiding an opinion as if it was fact.
There is nothing wrong.
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QUESTION 20
What is the mistake with the following statement.
The artist has many artworks that float in water, maybe he uses wood in order to give them buoyancy.
Wood is not the only material that can create buoyancy.
Instead of giving a passive statement regarding the material, the writer should have done the proper
research to inform the reader exactly what kind of materials the artist uses in order to create buoyancy.
The writer should have given the size of the object and the body of water because this information would
make the statement about wood being a viable material for buoyancy accurate.
There is nothing wrong.

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