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Q: 16. Select the answer which fits. Drawing probabilistic inferences regarding what is more likely to be true or most likely not true, given certain information. (Points : 1) explanation
deductive reasoning inductive reasoning inference
A: C inductive reasoning
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User: 16. Select the answer which fits. Drawing probabilistic inferences regarding what is more likely to be true or most likely not true, given certain information. (Points : 1) explanation deductive reasoning inductive reasoning inference

Weegy: C inductive reasoning
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User: 16. Select the answer which fits. Drawing probabilistic inferences regarding what is more likely to be true or most likely not true, given certain information. (Points : 1) explanation deductive reasoning inductive reasoning inference

Weegy: [[See inductive reasoning]]
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