Quick recap: so far, we have looked at inductive generalization and statistical syllogism, two forms of inductive reasoning. Inductive generalization follows the form: Premise: The proportion X of the sample has attribute A. Conclusion: Therefore, it is likely that proportion X of the wider population has attribute A. With inductive generalization, we were making a conclusion
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