Errors in Sampling

In Induction, the minor premiss is a **case**,
i.e. the statement that a sample has been chosen to represent a broader class
known as the population. If the minor premiss is false, then the sample does not
truly represent the population that it was chosen to represent. In that event,
no matter how accurate or unbiased our observations may be, generalizing those
observations to the target class is not warranted.

The fallacies in the Errors in Sampling category are...

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