The following passages contain one of the following faulty inductive arguments.

Fallacy Definition
Bad appeal to authority Citing an “expert” where the person is: not well identified; not truly an expert; speaking outside his/her field of expertise; not current; not quoted accurately; is biased of other not credible; not basing the opinion on open evidence; or is using theories and practices not standard in field.
Hasty generalization Generalizing on a sample that is either biased or too small.
Accident Applying a generalization rule to an atypical case.
False analogy Using an analogy that overlooks a major, relevant difference.
False cause Asserting a causal claim only on the basis of a temporal or statistical linkage.

For each, identify what is wrong and the correct label.