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Match the definition to the term. 1. reasoning from several particular examples to establish a general principle inductive reasoning 2. drawing a particular conclusion from general premises post hoc 3. fallacy in logic that assumes a cause-and-effect relationship because of sequence inferences 4. drawing conclusions from implied information deductive reasoning

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