Q: Correct reasoning leads to what conclusion?

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Inductive true.

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Inductive reasoning

Inductive Reasoning

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Inductive reasoning

Inductive true.

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Deductive reasoning goes from a general to a specific instance. For example, if we say all primes other than two are odd, deductive reasoning would let us say that 210000212343848212 is not prime. Here is a more "classic"example of deductive reasoning. All apples are fruits All fruits grow on trees Therefore, all apples grow on trees

Deductive reasoning

Deductive reasoning

A faulty conclusion.

A conclusion proved by deductive reasoning

Inductive reasoning leads to probable conclusions, while deductive reasoning leads to certain zones. It is said that evidence leads someone to believe something, which is the basic principle of?æinductive reasoning.