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Presenting an argument in premises and conclusion

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Could you explain to me how to write an argument using deductive and inductive reasoning; identify the premises and conclusion.

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Inductive reasoning is going from general to specific and forming a conclusion based on individual arguments. It also allows for the conclusion to be incorrect. Here is a real life example.

All Italian people love pasta.
My in-laws are Italian.
Therefore, Mary, my sister-in-law loves Pasta

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Could you explain to me how to write an argument using deductive and inductive reasoning; identify the premises and conclusion.

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