Complex question

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A complex question, trick question, multiple question or plurium interrogationum (Latin, "of many questions") is a question that has a presupposition that is complex.wikipedia
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Loaded question

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When a complex question contains controversial presuppositions (often with loaded language – having an unspoken and often emotive implication), it is known as a loaded question.
Thus, these facts are presupposed by the question, and in this case an entrapment, because it narrows the respondent to a single answer, and the fallacy of many questions has been committed.

Presupposition

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A complex question, trick question, multiple question or plurium interrogationum (Latin, "of many questions") is a question that has a presupposition that is complex.
Fallacy of many questions

Begging the question

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This fallacy can be also confused with petitio principii, begging the question, which offers a premise no more plausible than, and often just a restatement of, the conclusion.
Begging the question is similar to the complex question (also known as trick question or fallacy of many questions): a question that, to be valid, requires the truth of another question that has not been established.

Double-barreled question

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The person asking the question is thus protected from accusations of making false claims, but still manages to make the implication in the form of a hidden compound question.
Complex question

World Forum/Communist Quiz

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Idle then says: "Well, I'm not surprised you didn't get that. It was in fact a trick question: Coventry City have never won the FA Cup."

Bob Hawk

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One such trick question: "Could a baseball game end in a six-six tie without a man touching first base?"

Campaign management tools

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Other companies pretending to be legitimate polling agencies, attempt to influence voters through leading questions, in so called "push polls".

Academic Games

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Rhetorical question

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Complex question

Leading question

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Fallacy of many questions

Sum of Logic

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Chapter 17 deals with the fallacy of many questions (plures interrogationes ut unam facere)>

Vuk Karadžić

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Due to that fact, the entrance exam to the University of Belgrade Faculty of Philology occasionally contains a question on the authorship of the quote (as a sort of trick question).

Parity of zero

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People who think that zero is neither even nor odd may use the parity of zero as proof that every rule has a counterexample, or as an example of a trick question.

Latin

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A complex question, trick question, multiple question or plurium interrogationum (Latin, "of many questions") is a question that has a presupposition that is complex.

Question

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A complex question, trick question, multiple question or plurium interrogationum (Latin, "of many questions") is a question that has a presupposition that is complex.

Proposition

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The presupposition is a proposition that is presumed to be acceptable to the respondent when the question is asked.

Logical conjunction

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The presupposition is called "complex" because it is a conjunctive proposition, a disjunctive proposition, or a conditional proposition.

Logical disjunction

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The presupposition is called "complex" because it is a conjunctive proposition, a disjunctive proposition, or a conditional proposition.

Conditional sentence

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The presupposition is called "complex" because it is a conjunctive proposition, a disjunctive proposition, or a conditional proposition.

Logical connective

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It could also be another type of proposition that contains some logical connective in a way that makes it have several parts that are component propositions.

Fallacy

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Complex questions can but do not have to be fallacious, as in being an informal fallacy.

Loaded language

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When a complex question contains controversial presuppositions (often with loaded language – having an unspoken and often emotive implication), it is known as a loaded question.