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Q: Inductive arguments are evaluated in terms of (Points : 1) 1. charm. 2. length. 3. strength. 4.depth
A: 3. strength
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A parent who tells her daughter to go to bed, and refuses to argue for her claim, could be called (Points : 1) 1.irrational. 2.dogmatic. 3.skeptical. 4.chthonic.
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Which of the following is most likely to be a conclusion? 1. Given that Paris is in France 2.Consequently Paris is in France 3.Assuming Paris is in France 4.Have you ever been to Paris?
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2.Consequently Paris is in France is likely to be a conclusion.
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User: Which of the following is most likely to be a conclusion? 1. Given that Paris is in France 2.Consequently Paris is in France 3.Assuming Paris is in France 4.Have you ever been to Paris?
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2.Consequently Paris is in France - is most likely to be a conclusion.
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Consequently Paris is in France is the correct answer.
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badbadger, Please do not post duplicate answer.
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I was clarifying that the answer is indeed what debnjerry posted and not #3 by beboythewizkid. When you only have 2 answers showing and both are different it is good to know which one is correct. I chose the wrong answer and did not want others to choose wrong either.
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Wrong, It's inductive reasoning
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