Hume's skeptical arguments and application to scenario

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explaining Hume’s skeptical argument against induction, i.e. his argument against the possibility of our having knowledge of causation/cause and effect. This means explain both the argument against our having a priori knowledge of cause and effect and the arguments (there are two) against having empirical knowledge of cause and effect.
Then, apply the argument to the scenario in the prompt. That is, explain why Hume would think that we still could not have this knowledge in the hypothetical scenario above.
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