Posted by **anthony** on Tuesday, May 10, 2011 at 2:11pm.

1. A poll of five thousand people has indicated that 57 percent of the nation drinks juice for breakfast every day.

A. inductive reasoning

B. deductive reasoning

C. valid but untrue syllogism

D. reductive reasoning

I think it's A?

2. All persons want to travel in Europe. Martin is a person. Martin wants to travel in Europe.

A. inductive reasoning

B. deductive reasoning

C. valid but untrue syllogism

D. This is not an example of reasoning

I think it's C?

3. Anyone born in the U.S. is a citizen of it. Betsy was born in Nebraska. Betsy is a U.S. citizen.

A. inductive reasoning

B. deductive reasoning

C. valid but untrue syllogism

D. valid and true syllogism

I think it's D?

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