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Philosophy
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What is the difference between inductive and deductive arguments? Give and example for each.

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Answer:

An inductive argument is a valid argument where the conclusion does not follow conclusively and with certainty. They can be strong or weak arguments. An example of this type of argument is, I have lungs, I have ears, therefore, I am a cat. A deductive argument is when premises guarantee the conclusion. They must be valid or invalid. An example of this type of argument is, I go to a liberal arts college, all liberal arts students must take philosophy, I take philosophy.

Biology
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What is the difference between the endogenous and exogenous pathways?

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Answer:

The endogenous pathway is when antigenic protein is presented by cell in which it is produced, this is seen in one's immune system. The exogenous pathway is when antigenic protein is formed in one cell but presented by a different cell.

World History
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What is OPEC and it's main goal?

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OPEC is the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. It's main goal is to secure and create a unified oil price between large oil exporting countries that are a part of OPEC.

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