Logic definitions Exam 1
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a group of statements one or more of which are claimed to provide support for, or reason to believe one of the others.
an argument in which, if the premises are true, the conclusion must be true.
an argument in which it is possible for the premises to be true and the conclusion false.
an argument which is valid with all true premises.
an argument which is either invalid or has one ore more false premises or both.
an argument which claims to provide conclusive grounds for its conclusion.
an argument which claims that its premises give only some degree of probability but not certainty to its conclusion.
an inductive argument in which, if the premises are true, the conclusion is likely or probable to be true.
an inductive argument in which the premises, if ture, don't make the conclusion likely or probable.
an inductive argument which is strong and has all true premises
an inductive argument which is weak or has one or more false premises or both.
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