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I am curious on this specific question, the question stem states " The reasoning in the argument is most vulnerable to criticism on the grounds that the argument:" Im curious which type of question this question stem is revolved around. If we see this question stem which type of question should we assumed is being asked??

Thank you!

Clay Cooper
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HI Lexi,

Thanks for your question. This is a Flaw question (Lesson 7). The phrase 'vulnerable to criticism' typically indicates a flaw question, especially when, as here, it is used in this sense: in which way is the above argument most vulnerable to criticism?

That can be translated to: which of the following best describes the flaw in the above argument?

I hope that helps.