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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 probable truth of the conclusion. In an inductive argument, the premises are intended only to be so strong that, if they are true, then it is unlikely that the conclusion is false. The difference between the two comes from the sort of relation the author or expositor of the argument takes there to be between the premises and the conclusion. If the author of the argument believes that the truth of the premises definitely establishes the truth of the conclusion due to definition, logical entailment or mathematical necessity, then the argument is deductive. If the author of the argument does not think that the truth of the premises definitely establishes the truth of the conclusion, but nonetheless believes that their truth provides good reason to believe the conclusion true, then the argument is inductive. The noun “deduction” refers to the process of advancing a deductive argument, or going through a process of reasoning that can be reconstructed as a deductive argument. “Induction” refers to the process of advancing an inductive argument, or making use of reasoning that can be reconstructed as an inductive argument. Because deductive arguments are those in which the truth of the conclusion is thought to be completely guaranteed and not just made probable by the truth of the premises, if the argument is a sound one, the truth of the conclusion is “contained within” the truth of the premises; i.e., the conclusion does not go beyond what the truth of the premises implicitly requires. For this reason, deductive arguments are ... (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 to move people to dance. Over tea, the audience for R&B has grown, and will continue to command a strong fan base as long as artists keep pumping out hits its appeal is timeless. People will always love to hear about losing love, and love unreturned. ] (More)
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how listening skills can help you (or others). How do these skills help in the professional and academic setting?
Weegy: You will have more business opportunities when you listen than if you simply talk. The reason for this is if you listen you will hear an individual’s motivation for a particular product or need. [ When you hear what their motivation is then you will have more business opportunities and will be able to volunteer your company to handle certain things. Understanding how listening skills help in business is very profitable! ] (More)
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Write 1 simple or compound sentences for each of the following formulas: SV: SSV: SVV: SSVV: I; I: I; I: I; I: I; I: I, c I: I, c I: I, c I: I, c I:
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SV - one subject, one verb My brother ran down the busy street. (brother = subject / ran = verb)

SSV - compound subjects, one verb Dad and I trampled each other as we tried to untangle the lights.
(Dad, I = subjects / trampled = verb)

SVV - one subject, compound verbs Bobby stuffed some turkey into his mouth and grabbed a fist full of cranberry sauce.
(Bobby = subject / stuffed, grabbed = verbs)

SSVV - compound subjects, compound verbs Fluffy and Fido chased each other around the tree and finally knocked it over with a loud crash.
(Fluffy, Fido = subjects / chased, knocked = verbs)

I hope this is helpful for you.
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