Humn210 Assn 2-1 - Humn 210 Assignment 2-1 Explain the difference between deductive and inductive arguments in your own words Deductive arguments

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Humn 210 - Assignment 2-1 Explain the difference between deductive and inductive arguments in your own words. Deductive arguments: are arguments that the premises and the conclusion go hand in hand, if you accept the truth of the premises, then you would have to accept the truth of the conclusion as well. Inductive arguments: are arguments that the premises provided some evidence to the conclusion, but there is some uncertainty. Construct your own example of a line of reasoning that presents a deductive argument. 1) 3 is greater than 2 . 2) 2 is greater than 1 . ------------------------------------ 3) Thus, 3 is greater than 1 . Construct your own example of a line of reasoning that presents a inductive argument. 1) 90% of all humans have been on an airplane. 2) Bob is a human. ------------------------------------ 3) Thus, Bob has been on an airplane. Answer the following questions: What is a valid argument? What makes a valid argument is when the conclusion logically follows from the
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2012 for the course HUMN 210 taught by Professor Mrfranklin during the Spring '11 term at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science.

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Humn210 Assn 2-1 - Humn 210 Assignment 2-1 Explain the difference between deductive and inductive arguments in your own words Deductive arguments

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