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Which of the following is a true statement about inductive reasoning? A. Inductive reasoning involves use of a syllogism to draw conclusions. B. Inductive reasoning draws a conclusion based on one
specific example. C. Inductive reasoning begins with general characteristics belonging to a class of things. D. Inductive reasoning applies a specific conclusion based on observations of a group.
B. Inductive reasoning draws a conclusion based on one specific example.
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