Week 6: Individual Work
Re-type and then respond to these questions. Your response should consist of 1-2 pages.
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Identify the differences between deductive and inductive arguments.
Deductive argument is one area whereby it is unfeasible for the premises can be true but the conclusion can be false. For this reason, the conclusion follows necessarily the inferences and premises. Alternatively, inductive argument is where the premises must hold up the conclusion in ways such that if the premises are true, it will be doubtful for the conclusion to be false. False premise can easily lead to false result and the inconclusive premises might also yield an inconclusive conclusion. It is difficult to understand everything…