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True or False: Deductive reasoning applies a general observation, experience, law, or rule to a specific situation
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User: True or False: Deductive reasoning applies a general observation, experience, law, or rule to a specific situation

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User: Which of the following is considered a non-print source? A. DVD B. Book C. Magazine D. Newspaper

Weegy: A. DVD
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answer of the last question is D. Biological Classification (or taxonomy) is a branch of biology. It can not be a classification system to shelve books in a Library.
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