Question

What is the different between an inductive argument and deductive
argument? Give an example.

Answer #1

Inductive reasoning is a method of generalizing a specific result or argument to a large amount of people or things. Most of the time, it will be wrong because people, situations and things vary from one situation to another.

For example, a teacher comes across a group of students who were very cooperative and achieved high grades during her first year of teaching. If she generalizes it to all batches thinking that all the students will be like them which will be a false assumption.

Deductive reasoning is a method where more generalised ideas or statements will be applied to specific group of people or things.

For example, all teachers are honest and Mr. Alo is a teacher, so Mr. Alo is honest.

1. State difference between deductive vs. inductive
reasoning.
2. Give an example of deductive and inductive
reasoning

2. Give an example of argument using either inductive or
deductive reasoning. Explain your answer why (you may use one of
the arguments brainstormed for your upcoming paper as your
example)

In what way is an inductive argument weaker than a deductive
argument?

examples of deductive and inductive argument with
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Please give an example of an inductive argument. You can give
either an argument by analogy or an inductive generalization.
Please state the sample, target and property in question for
your inductive argument.

(1) What is the difference between cogency and strength in an
inductive argument? My Answer:
(2) What is a weak inductive argument? What is the analogue of
weakness in deductive augments? My Answer:
(3) What is the deductive analogue of inductive strength, and
how does it differ from the deductive analogue My Answer:

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2. What is the premise and the conclusion?
3. Is argument valid or invalid? Strong or weak?
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what type of reasoning (inductive or deductive) did Isaac
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please.

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deductive reasoning.

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