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To evaluate the logical strength of inductive generalizations, we must not examine whether the sampling of cases reported in the premises is adequate to support the probabilistic inferences that are drawn. (Points : 1) a True b False
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It is in each person's financial interest to cheat a little on his or her income tax return. So, it is financially good for the nation if people cheat on their taxes. (Points : 1) a True b False
Weegy: true User: The word _______________ has the power to change the meaning of a sentence depending upon where it is placed. (Points : 1) a stay b if c only d when Weegy: A sentence fragment usually has either the subject, or the predicate, or both the subject and predicate missing.Examples: Met the people. (This is a sentence fragment - missing subject) The president met with the people. [ [ (This is a complete sentence) ] ] (More)
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The fallacy of Affirming the Consequent follows this invalid pattern: (Points : 1) a If A, then C. C. Therefore C b If A then B. B. Therefore, A. c When X=F, B. Therefore, X.
Weegy: Affirming the consequent, sometimes called converse error, is a formal fallacy, committed by reasoning in the form: 1. If P, then Q. 2. Q. 3. Therefore, P. User: The fallacy Denying the Antecedent follows this invalid pattern: (Points : 1) a If A, then B. Not A. Therefore, Not B. b B is A, then C. C. Therefore, A and B. c A is before B. B follows. Therefore, A is before B. Weegy: Can you give us a clear version of your query so that we can answer it clearly. Thanks for using our system! (More)
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Phase two in Dominance Structuring is the Pre-Editing stage. (Points : 1) True False
Weegy: False User: In the third phase of Dominance Structuring, we compare the promising alternative to the other options in terms of the set of decision-critical attributes. (Points : 1) True False Weegy: False User: Dominance structuring supplies us with enough confidence to motivate us to act on our decisions and to sustain our efforts. (Points : 1) True False Weegy: false (More)
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