It appears to me that reducing this to an equation is totally irrelevant, in that it obscures the premises of the argument, and an argument is only as good as the reliability of the premises. Moreover, the theorem appears faulty based on inductive logic, in that the premises can be true and the conclusion false. I'm really interested in why this thought process is wrong.

It appears to me that reducing this to an equation is totally irrelevant, in that it obscures the premises of the argument, and an argument is only as good as the reliability of the premises. Moreover, the theorem appears faulty based on inductive logic, in that the premises can be true and the conclusion false. I'm really interested in why this thought process is wrong.