describe logical reasoning
1. Describe all assumptions seen in any of documents provided in the case study.
For full credit, provide AT MINIMUM: four to six assumptions held by Kelly; six to nine assumptions held by Pat; two to three assumptions held by Cliff; two to three assumptions held by Chris.
2.describe the arguments made by each of these people. Explanations should comprise two to six sentences for each of the following:
3.Evaluate each argument listed above as sound or unsound and why. Indicate whether they are emotional or logical in nature.
Evaluations should comprise two to six sentences for each of the following:
4.Describe specific fallacious arguments, and identify the people who hold them. For full credit, provide AT MINIMUM four to six fallacious arguments. Conclusions
1.Describe all problems in this situation.
2.Describe a minimum of two to three problems that characterize the situation. Single sentence format is acceptable. For each problem listed above, describe the data, arguments, and reasoning that contribute to the problem. Describe issues of data, arguments, and reasoning-related to each problem within two to six sentences.
3.What is the underlying problem that is the base cause of the conflict within AcuScan? Present the underlying problem in one to four sentences.
4.What alternative solutions would you propose for this situation? Present a MIMINUM of two potential solutions in the format of two to four sentences each.
5.State the relative strengths and weaknesses of each alternative solution. Describe at least one strength and one weakness for each alternative solution.
6.Which solution will you recommend to the CEO and why? In two to six sentences, fully articulate the exact solution you would propose and the reason(s) for that choice