Whereas deductive arguments were either valid (the conclusion is proved true as long as the premises are true) or invalid (the conclusion could still be false even if the premises are true), inductive arguments are never 100% certain, so they don’t fit into this valid/invalid dichotomy. Instead, we talk about inductive arguments as being either strong or weak.
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