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How can the quality of a school system benefit even homeowners in a community who do not have school-age children?
The quality of a school system is an important factor affecting home prices in a community. By maintaining quality schools, all homeowners in an area benefit from stable and increasing property values.
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User: How can the quality of a school system benefit even homeowners in a community who do not have school-age children?

Weegy: The quality of a school system is an important factor affecting home prices in a community. By maintaining quality schools, all homeowners in an area benefit from stable and increasing property values.
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User: What factors affect a person's ability to qualify for a mortgage?





Weegy: Credit history, employment and amount of down payment can affect a person's ability to qualify for a mortgage.





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Identify the differences between deductive and inductive arguments. Additionally, explain how misleading reasoning is used to influence others.
Weegy: deductive argument is one in which it is impossible for the premises to be true but the conclusion false. Thus, the conclusion follows necessarily from the premises and inferences. [ In this way, it is supposed to be a definitive proof of the truth of the claim (conclusion). Here is a classic example: All men are mortal. (premise) Socrates was a man. (premise) Socrates was mortal. (conclusion) As you can see, if the premises are true (and they are), then it simply isn't possible for the conclusion to be false. If you have a deductive argument and you accept the truth of the premises, then you must also accept the truth of the conclusion; if you reject it, then you are rejecting logic itself. What is an Inductive Argument? An inductive argument is one in which the premises are supposed to support the conclusion in such a way that if the premises are true, it is improbable that the conclusion would be false. Thus, the conclusion follows probably from the premises and inferences. Here is an example: Socrates was Greek. (premise) Most Greeks eat fish. (premise) Socrates ate fish. (conclusion) In this example, even if both premises are true, it is still possible for the conclusion to be false (maybe Socrates was allergic to fish, for example). Words which tend to mark an argument as inductive - and hence probabilistic rather than necessary - include probably, likely, possibly and reasonably. They may mislead you into thinking something else in other words mislead would mean trick or make you think wrong. ] (More)
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An empirical generalization is “a pattern or regularity that repeats over different circumstances and that can be described simply by mathematical, graphic, or symbolic methods.”
doi: 10.1287/mksc.14.3.G6
Marketing Science June 1995 vol. 14 no. 3 supplement G6-G19
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