Explanation: A deductive invalid argument is one in which if and only if: It is possible for the conclusion of the argument to be false even when all of the premises are true.
This argument is invalid because the premises does not support the conclusion. A major health crises does not mean countless victims will perish it only says that If malaria becomes drug resistant, then countless victims will perish.
A) Inductive, weak.
Inductive reasoning involves using personal experiences or knowledge to generalize an issue . Deductive reasoning on the other hand involves using generalized issue to test and bring out a specific finding/observation.In the example below:
Jim Searcy, a religious prophet who now lives in Cypress, claims that the Prince of Wales is the Antichrist. Therefore, we must conclude that the Prince of Wales is up to no good.
Jim claimed that the Prince of Wales is the Antichrist and due to this a general conclusion about him not being up to any good depicts inductive reasoning. There was no evidence to back it up which also made it weak.
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