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Reasoning and Decision Making Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Probabilistic Reasoning
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1 person in 1000 is a habitual cocaine user. A drug test is 100% accurate if you are a cocaine user. The test has a 5% false positive rate. What is the probability that you are a cocaine user if  the test is positive? 2%
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Deductive Reasoning Syllogisms are used to test deductive 
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Unformatted text preview: reasoning. -2 premises followed by a conclusion -subjects state whether or not the conclusion is valid or invalid. All polar bears are animals Some animals are white therefore. .. Some polar bears are white INVALID CONCLUSION All poodles are animals All animals are wild therefore All poodles are wild VALID CONCLUSION...
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