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When discussing deductive reasoning in our text it states that deductive reasoning is where we begin with a specific premise or thing that is true, then we judge whether or not we can come to a particular conclusion on the subject (Matlin, 2012). We all use this everyday my example of how I use deductive reasoning is when I am trying to get to work on time the fact of this is I have to be at work by 4am, it takes 20 minutes from my house to work. With all of the things that may get in the way from leaving my house no later than 3:30 to ensure I will be there on time I need to use the deductive reasoning to
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