Forms of Inductive Reasoning – Part II

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  In the last lesson, we looked at inductive generalization, which reasons from evidence about a sample (part of a group) to making a conclusion about that group as a whole. So, for example: Out of 200 kids surveyed at Contoocook Valley Regional High School, 165 felt that they were not getting adequate sleep on

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