“A mammal is any creature that breathes air, has hair, and breast-feeds its young. Dolphins breathe air, have hair, and breast-feed their young. Therefore, dolphins are mammals.” This argument is?
a. a mathematical argument
b. an explanation
c. an argument from definition
d. an inductive argument

“A mammal is any creature that breathes air, has hair, and breast-feeds its young. Dolphins breathe air, have hair, and breast-feed their young. Therefore, dolphins are mammals.” This argument is?
a. a mathematical argument
b. an explanation
c. an argument from definition
d. an inductive argument

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“A mammal is any creature that breathes air, has hair, and breast-feeds its young. Dolphins breathe air, have hair, and breast-feed their young. Therefore, dolphins are mammals.” This argument is: an inductive argument.

“A mammal is any creature that breathes air, has hair, and breast-feeds its young. Dolphins breathe air, have hair, and breast-feed their young. Therefore, dolphins are mammals.” This argument is? a. a mathematical argument b. an explanation c. an argument from definition d. an inductive argument

“A mammal is any creature that breathes air, has hair, and breast-feeds its young. Dolphins breathe air, have hair, and breast-feed their young. Therefore, dolphins are mammals.” This argument is: an inductive argument.

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