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In logic, arguments are never described as (Points : 1) true. valid. inductive. sound.
In logic, arguments are never described as 3. inductive.
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User: In logic, arguments are never described as (Points : 1) true. valid. inductive. sound.

Weegy: In logic, arguments are never described as 3. inductive.
yhaine|Points 321|

User: All sound arguments are valid, but not all valid arguments are sound. This means (Points : 1) validity is necessary but not sufficient for soundness. validity is sufficient for soundness. soundness is not necessary for validity. validity is not necessary for soundness.

Weegy: The answer is 1. validity is necessary but not sufficient for soundness.
bongche|Points 1257|

User: When I once visited Texas, it was hot. So the next time I visit Texas, it will be hot" is an example of a (Points : 1) sound inductive argument. valid inductive argument. sound deductive argument. weak inductive argument.

Weegy: No, it would be a Deductive reasoning since your premise is the last time you visited Texas and you based on that to make your conclusion.
Boyinbedroom|Points 189|

User: Even if an inductive argument is extremely strong, its conclusion may still (Points : 1) be false. be necessarily true. be ungrammatical. fail to be syntactically well-formed.

User: Human reasoning tends to use a mixture of both (Points : 1) oil and vinegar. induction and deduction. induction and reduction. reduction and deduction.

Weegy: it should be induction and deduction
mythmoh|Points 4268|

User: To criticize a deductive argument logically, one might (Points : 1) hit the person making the argument. show one of the premises is false. show one of the premises is true. show the conclusion follows validly from the premises

Weegy: 2.show one of the premises is false.
Controler|Points 774|

User: One way to make an inductive argument stronger is to (Points : 1) ignore the argument. offer more reasons to support the conclusion. call the argument something in Latin. call the argument a deductive argument.

User: Even if an inductive argument is extremely strong, its conclusion may still (Points : 1) be false. be necessarily true. be ungrammatical. fail to be syntactically well-formed.

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