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There is an argument form in which one reasons from premises

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There is an argument form in which one reasons from premises that are known or assumed to be true to a conclusion that is supported by the premises but does not necessarily follow from them. What do we call this argument form?

A) Deductive reasoning
B) Inductive reasoning
C) Inferential reasoning
D) Invalid argument

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