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The student psychologist is asked to explain how informal reasoning differs from formal reasoning The answer provided is formal reasoning is logical whereas informal reasoning is illogical Evalua

The student psychologist is asked to explain how informal reasoning differs from formal reasoning. The answer provided is: “formal reasoning is logical whereas informal reasoning is illogical”. Evaluate this answer.
1. it is correct because formal reasoning is based on premises and conclusions
2. it is correct because formal reasoning is based on inductive and deductive reasoning
3. it is partially correct because the difference lies in the topic that is being reasoned about
4. it is not correct, the difference is that premises and conclusions are explicitly stated in formal reasoning but usually not so in informal reasoning

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