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Which of the following is most accurate?
A) An appeal to precedent is a type of inductive generalization.
B) An appeal to precedent is a type of analogy.
C) An appeal to precedent is a type of disjunctive syllogism.
D) An appeal to precedent is a type of causal argument.

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