Samples, Studies, and Surveys: Forms of Inductive Reasoning – Part I

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  Now, in this three-part lesson, let’s look at some types (forms) of effective inductive argumentation. These are cases where the evidence provided does adequately support the conclusion of the argument. Remember that with effective inductive arguments, the conclusion is reasonable given the evidence provided, meaning that unless some other new information comes along that

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