Evaluate the causal reasoning in each of the four examples on the next page. For the sake of evaluating the causal reasoning in these examples, assume the premises are true. Present your evaluation of each example in a concise, well organized paragraph. Use the self-evaluation checklist on page 3 for guidance.
If a specific error or fallacy in causal reasoning has been committed (confusing correlation with cause, post hoc error, or slippery slope) explain how, and support your judgment. If an error occurs which doesn’t fit one of these fallacy labels, explain the error and support your judgment. Note: None of the examples suffers from oversimplification.
In each of examples, the conclusion is a causal claim, and is underlined for you. However, you may need to rephrase the conclusion to make it clear what is claimed to cause (or prevent) what.

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