Discuss how well reasoned you find this argument.
1.A new study collected data that shows that people who snore are more likely to gain weight than are people who do not snore. It is well known that many people who snore also stop breathing frequently during the night for a few seconds， a condition called sleep apnea. The interruption of breathing wakes the person－－－often so briefly that the waking goes unnoticed－－－and can leave the person too tired during the day to exercise. Anyone who snores， therefore， should try to eat less than the average person and to exercise more .2.The following appeared in the editorial section of a local newspaper."The librarians in our town‘s school system have reported that the number of trips that our students make to their school library on a voluntary basis has decreased significantly in recent years. For example， the average seventh－grade student visited the school library five times last year， but four of those visits were part of required classroom activities. This shows that our students are reading less than in the past. To address this problem， our town needs to improve the atmosphere of the libraries so that they will be comfortable places in which to work. If students view the libraries as uncomfortable， then they are unlikely to want to spend much time there."3.The following appeared in an editorial in a business magazine."Although the sales of Whirlwind video games have declined over the past two years， a recent survey of video－game players suggests that this sales trend is about to be reversed. The survey asked video－game players what features they thought were most important in a video game. According to the survey， players prefer games that provide lifelike graphics， which require the most up－to－date computers. Whirlwind has just introduced several such games with an extensive advertising campaign directed at people 10 to 25 years old， the age－group most likely to play video games. It follows， then， that the sales of Whirlwind video games are likely to increase dramatically in the next few months."4.The following appeared in the editorial section of Monroetown‘s local newspaper."Mayor Brown was recently re－elected by a clear majority of 52 percent of Monroetown‘s voters. Her re－election， however， does not show that most people in our town favored Mayor Brown‘s proposal for tax reduction over that of her opponent， Mr. MSEene， who proposed raising taxes to improve education. It has been shown that voters nationwide tend to re－elect people already in office， regardless of candidates‘ proposals. In fact， a local survey after the election showed most people in Monroetown disaMSEed with Mayor Brown‘s proposal. Clearly most people in Monroetown favor improving education and therefore approve of Mr. MSEene‘s proposal despite the fact that they did not vote for him."