How could rectify this lack of knowledge?

Your responses to the short-answer questions should be at brief (just put forth a good-faith effort). Your responses to the long-answer prompt should be at least 50 words. Makse sure to read the reading file that I attached. No plagiarism and don’t make your answers to complex or difficult to understand.
Short Answer Questions:
1) How could you counteract confirmation bias while researching things on the internet or among friends (perhaps while doing research on your RAAI project)? Give concrete advice that you and your classmates could use. [refer to pp. 203-4 to answer this question]
2) How could you counteract availability error while researching things on the internet or among friends (perhaps while doing research on your RAAI project)? Give concrete advice that you and your classmates could use. [refer to p. 208 to answer this question]
3) Ask a question about A) the reading itself or B) how to apply the ideas from the reading to everyday life.
Long Answer Prompt
4) Consider your social standpoint (your socio-economic status, place of residence, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual preference) and give an example of A) a kind of knowledge (or degree of knowledge) that you may possess that others may not AND B) a kind of knowledge (or degree of knowledge) that others may possess that you may not. How could rectify this lack of knowledge? [refer to Section 7.6 to answer this question]