Discuss how well reasoned you find this argument.
1.In a study of reading habits of Leeville citizens conducted by the University of Leeville， most respondents said they preferred literary classics as reading material. However， a follow－up study conducted by the same researchers found that the type of book most frequently checked out of each of the public libraries in Leeville was the mystery novel. Therefore， it can be concluded that the respondents in the first study had misrepresented their reading habits.2.A recent study shows that people living on the continent of North America suffer 9 times more chronic fatigue and 31 times more chronic depression than do people living on the continent of Asia. Interestingly， Asians， on average， eat 20 grams of soy per day， whereas North Americans eat virtually none. It turns out that soy contains phytochemicals called isoflavones， which have been found to possess disease－preventing properties. Thus， North Americans should consider eating soy on a regular basis as a way of preventing fatigue and depression.3.The following is taken from the editorial section of the local newspaper in Rockingham."In order to save a considerable amount of money， Rockingham‘s century－old town hall should be torn down and replaced by the larger and more energy－efficient building that some citizens have proposed. The old town hall is too small to comfortably accommodate the number of people who are employed by the town. In addition， it is very costly to heat the old hall in winter and cool it in summer. The new， larger building would be more energy efficient， costing less per square foot to heat and cool than the old hall. Furthermore， it would be possible to rent out some of the space in the new building， thereby generating income for the town of Rockingham."4.Claitown University needs both affordable housing for its students and a way to fund the building of such housing. The best solution to this problem is to commission a famous architect known for experimental and futuristic buildings. It is common knowledge that tourists are willing to pay money to tour some of the architect‘s buildings， so it can be expected that tourists will want to visit this new building. The income from the fees charged to tourists will soon cover the building costs. Furthermore， such a building will attract new students as well as donations from alumni. And even though such a building will be much larger than our current need for student housing， part of the building can be used as office space.