the second one is and so is the last one
c. writing long, complex sentences
with the long lines the reader would want to read more about it
The tone to me sounds like anger, aggrivation, cross, irrated, etc. Mostly because of the adjectives and describing sentences like "sick to death" and "I am not deaf I am only stupid."
The aspect of statistics sharing about lung cancer rates among people is actually an example of logos.
Logos refers to a rhetorical appeal that is employed by writers and authors to appeal to reasoning. It makes use of facts, statistics, data, graphs, etc to reason with the audience.
Thus, we see here that sharing statistics about lung cancer rates among people who smoke in a paper that discusses why smoking should be banned is an example of a <u>logos</u> appeal.
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