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Describe one example of inductive reasoning and one example of deductive reasoning. For each example, you should explain the context and the conclusion that you drew.
Weegy: A deductive argument is an argument in which it is thought that the premises provide a guarantee of the truth of the conclusion. [ In a deductive argument, the premises are intended to provide support for the conclusion that is so strong that, if the premises are true, it would be impossible for the conclusion to be false. An inductive argument is an argument in which it is thought that the premises provide reasons supporting the ... (More)
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Describe one example of inductive reasoning and one example of deductive reasoning. For each example, you should explain the context and the conclusion that you drew.
Weegy: Deductive reasoning is one of the two basic forms of valid reasoning. It begins with a general hypothesis or known fact and creates a specific conclusion from that generalization. [ This is the opposite of inductive reasoning, which involves creating broad generalizations from specific observations. The basic idea of deductive reasoning is that if something is true of a class of things in general, this truth applies to all members of ... (More)
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Describe one example of inductive reasoning and one example of deductive reasoning. For each example, you should explain the context and the conclusion that you drew.
Weegy: Inductive and deductive reasoning are both approaches which can be used to evaluate information. [ They are used on a daily basis by people all over the world for tasks which range from perfecting a cookie recipe to developing new theories in the sciences. Each approach is very different, and it is important to be aware that both inductive and deductive reasoning can end up with false results, especially if the initial premise of the ... (More)
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FIND THE ERRORS IN THE PARAGRAPH. R&B music has a rich history, and continues to evolve throughout the decades. R&B evolved from Jazz, The Blues, and Gospel music in the 1940s, and has been a hit with listeners every since. It’s main instruments are drugs, sax, horn, piano, organ, and electric guitar and its lyrics often reference lost or unrequited love. Its affect on listerns is often mellowing, and amorous but it also has been known to move people to dance. Over tie, the audience for R&B ...
Weegy: the correct paragraph should be: R&B music has a rich history, and continues to evolve throughout the decades. R&B evolved from Jazz, The Blues, and Gospel music in the 1940s, and has been a hit with listeners every since. [ Its main instruments are drugs, sax, horn, piano, organ, and electric guitar and its lyrics often reference lost or unrequited love. Its effect on listeners is often mellowing, and amorous but it also has been known ... (More)
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