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AAMC CARS Vol 2 Passage 22 Q116
Nicole_5521
#1 Posted : Monday, July 05, 2021 2:13:07 AM
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Hi,

I'm wondering if you could explain why and how the prototype could be a product of inductive inference?

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INSTR_Meaghan_74
#2 Posted : Tuesday, July 13, 2021 9:17:35 PM
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The author suggests that a prototype is constructed using similarity... then in the pizza example, suggests that inductive inference looks at similarity between an object and a description. So they do sound like similar processes. But, I think I would have approached this question by eliminating the answer choices that do not make sense or are unresponsive to the question. A - eliminated because the author did support it with the pizza example; B - eliminated because the author did demonstrate knowledge of these concepts; C - sounds like the prototype construction so I kept this; D - the size of quarters was not important, but the similarity between objects.
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