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An argument is deductive __________. (Points : 1) none of these e. No Fallacy if it moves from the general to the particular if it presents itself as being valid if it moves from the particular to the general if it presents itself in relation to a hypothesis
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User: An argument is deductive __________. (Points : 1) none of these e. No Fallacy if it moves from the general to the particular if it presents itself as being valid if it moves from the particular to the general if it presents itself in relation to a hypothesis

Weegy: A valid deductive argument will have a valid premise and conclusion and a fallacy may be true, it all matters on how you came to the conclusion.
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An argument is deductive: if it moves from the general to the particular.
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Hypothetical Syllogism is a valid form.
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An effective way to critique a deductive argument is - Use a different form and create a counterexample.
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