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Humn 210 - Assignment 2-2 Inductive Arguments Argument by Example 1) F1 is a G . 2) F2 is a G . 3) F3 is a G . I) …Etc. n) Fn is a G . ----------------------------------- n+1) Thus, All F’s are G’s . (Note: this is a generalization.) 1) Peyton Hillis scored a touchdown in the first game of season. 2) Peyton Hillis scored a touchdown in the second game of season. 3) Peyton Hillis scored a touchdown in the third game of season. 4) Peyton Hillis scored a touchdown in the fourth game of season. I ) ...Etc. n) Peyton Hillis will score a touchdown in the nth game of season. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ n+1) Thus, Peyton Hillis will score a touchdown in every game of season Arguments by Analogy 1) T1 has properties P1, P2, P3, P4,…, and Pn. (as many properties as you want to list for thing #1) 2) T2 has properties P1, P2, P3, P4,…, and Pn and Pn+1. ( Pn+1 is an extra property that thing #2 has) 3) T1 is like T2. (Because T1 and
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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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