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"10 is less than 100; 100 is less than 1,000; consequently, 10 is less than 1,000" is an example of a

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    1.    "10 is less than 100; 100 is less than 1,000; consequently, 10 is less than 1,000" is an example of a

    2.    All sound arguments are valid, but not all valid arguments are sound. This means
    3.    "All dogs hate cats. Sirius is a dog. So Sirius hates cats" is an example of a
    4.    Assume you are given a sound argument. What do you know about it?
    5.    One way to make an inductive argument stronger is to
    6.    To criticize a deductive argument logically, one might
    7.    A valid argument is one that, if its premises are accepted as true, has
    8.    A "good" deductive argument must at least be
    9.    Inductive arguments are evaluated in terms of
    10.    Even if an inductive argument is extremely strong, its conclusion may still

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