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Generalizations, expository passages, opinions. c. Predictions, syllogisms, warnings. d. Conditional statements, illustrations, causal inferences. e. Illustrations, explanations, pieces of advice. ANS: E PTS: 2 36. Which of the following are all inductive arguments? a. Arguments based on signs, hypothetical syllogisms, predictions. b. Generalizations, causal inferences, arguments from analogy. c. Arguments based on signs, arguments from authority, arguments from definition. d. Arguments from definition, disjunctive syllogisms, categorical syllogisms.