- What is an inductive argument?
- What is a deductive argument?
Few examples of inductive arguments are given below.
The argument is weak because it cannot be concluded that the reduction of ops cost cannot be attributed to CEO only, it could be because of some other external factors.
The argument is weak because it cannot be concluded that Mary belonged to that group of students that joined Joe School
A deductive argument is an argument where the conclusion is claimed to follow necessarily from the given premises. Specific conclusions can be derived from universal premises. This argument is strong.
Few example of deductive arguments are as follows
Rose is a plant
Rose is green.
Now why don’t you submit three inductive and deductive arguments . Let me check them.
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