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Adding more premises to a valid deductive argument a. cannot make it invalid b. can make it go from valid to invalid c. can make the other premises true d. can make it inductively stronger
Adding more premises to a valid deductive argument cannot make it invalid.
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What type of inductive reasoning is the following argument? Dentists say that flossing is important, so it must be true. a. Inductive generalization b. This is not an inductive argument. c. Argument from authority d. Statistical syllogism
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Argument from authority is type of inductive reasoning is the following argument: Dentists say that flossing is important, so it must be true.
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This form of inductive argument moves from the specific to the general a. deductive argument b. statistical syllogism c. inductive generalization d. argument from analogy
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This form of inductive argument moves from the specific to the general inductive generalization.

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Mill’s methods claim that if two or more cases share the same effect and share only one common characteristic, then this characteristic may be related to the cause of the effect. Which of Mill’s methods does this describe? a. Method of agreement b. Method of concomitant variation c. Method of difference d. Joint method of agreement and difference
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Mill’s methods claim that if two or more cases share the same effect and share only one common characteristic, then this characteristic may be related to the cause of the effect. This describes Mill’s methods of Agreement.
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