A categorical syllogism is __________. (Points : 1) a deductive argument with two categorical premises a categorical argument that is valid an argument with instated premises any argument with two premises all of these

A categorical syllogism is __________. (Points : 1) a deductive argument with two categorical premises a categorical argument that is valid an argument with instated premises any argument with two premises all of these

A categorical syllogism is a deductive argument with two categorical premises.

A categorical syllogism is __________. (Points : 1) a deductive argument with two categorical premises a categorical argument that is valid an argument with instated premises any argument with two premises all of these

Most people I have talked to said that they are voting for Jones. So most people are going to vote for Jones. This is an example of Inductive generalization.

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