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Textbook Problem

In Exercises 37 to 40, use induction to state a conclusion.

On Monday, Matt says to you, “Andy hit his little sister at school today.” On Tuesday, Matt informs you, “Andy threw his math book into the wastebasket during class.” On Wednesday, Matt tells you, “Because Andy was throwing peas in the school cafeteria, he was sent to the principal’s office.” Conclusion?

To determine

To find:

Conclusion of given statement using induction.

Explanation

Approach:

Reasoning:

Reasoning is a process on experience and principles that leads to a conclusion.

Induction:

We often use specific observations and experiments to draw a general conclusion. This type of reasoning is called induction...

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