Inductive arguments __________. (Points : 1) have premises that increase the likelihood that the conclusion is true represent a smaller number of arguments than deductive arguments can be valid or invalid are arguments in which the premises prove the conclusion
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Inductive arguments have premises that increase the likelihood that the conclusion is true.
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This form of argument is an inductive form that reasons from the general to the specific. (Points : 1) Statistical syllogism Inductive generalization Hypothetical syllogism Modus ponens
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Statistical syllogism is an inductive form that reasons from the general to the specific.
What type of inductive argument is the following example? Most people I have talked to said that they are voting for Jones. So most people are going to vote for Jones. (Points : 1) Statistical syllogism Inductive generalization Argument from analogy Inference to the best explanation
Weegy: 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. User: What is the word for an argument that is inductively strong and has all true premises? (Points : 1) True. Cogent. Valid. Sound. Weegy: It is inductively strong and has all true premises means for an argument to be cogent. User: This form of argument is an inductive form that reasons from the general to the specific. (Points : 1) Statistical syllogism Inductive generalization Hypothetical syllogism Modus ponens (More)
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Statistical syllogism is an inductive form that reasons from the general to the specific.

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This form of inductive argument moves from the specific to the general __________. statistical syllogism argument from analogy inductive generalization deductive argument
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This form of inductive argument moves from the specific to the general inductive generalization.
Which of the following is necessary in order for an explanation to be adequate? (Points : 1) It is noncircular. It is contradicted by other instances. It does not agree with other human knowledge. It provides an overly complex solution.
Weegy: "It is noncircular" is necessary in order for an explanation to be adequate. User: This is the theory that, when there are multiple possible explanations of an event or phenomenon, the simplest is the best. (Points : 1) Descartes’s dilemma Occam’s razor Inductive generalization Psychological egoism Weegy: Occam's razor theory says when there are multiple possible explanations of an event or phenomenon, the simplest is the best. User: If A is a sufficient condition for B, then which relationship holds between them? (Points : 1) Whenever A occurs, B occurs. Whenever B occurs, A occurs. A and B never occur together. B is more likely to occur when A occurs. (More)
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