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What kind of reasoning is used here? If a = b and c = d, then a + c = b + d. A. deductive B. inductive C. hypothesis D. conclusion

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can you narrow it down right away?
@Bitmaximus , Deductive ?
think about what each word means...then you have your answer

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What I meant to say is can you knock off a few right away that sound ridiculous that are definetely not right
@Bitmaximus , I dont know :/
i thought so @iAmDifferent ...thats y i said...think about what each of those words mean...then try to apply that definition to what you have there..then you will know your answer
An example of a deductive argument: 1.All men are mortal. 2.Socrates is a man. 3.Therefore, Socrates is mortal.
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