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Inductive Reasoning X Type of Reasoning That Results in a General Rule Based on the Analysis of Specific Individual Instances. Inductive Example #1 Example #1 : Situation = You are sitting in your house and you hear the following. Screeching Tires !!! Shattering Glass !!! Crunching Metal !!! What happened ?? Inductive Reasoning X The General Rule (Your Conclusion) is Based on the Analysis of Specific Individual Instances That Point to One (Perhaps Encompassing) Conclusion. Details ? Deductive Reasoning X Type of Reasoning that
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Unformatted text preview: Makes use of Known General Rules or Known Phenomena to Predict Results & Events. X- Kind of a Process of Elimination ! Deductive Example Example #1 : Situation = m Four Males are Talking ! You Know : e There are 3 Sons and Their Father. e They are 58, 30, 28 and 20 years old. X Which one is the father ? Deductive Reasoning X Basically the Result (Your Conclusion) is Derived by Eliminating the Incorrect Options. e You know what something is by knowing what it is Not !...
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2009 for the course BIO 101 taught by Professor Lanno during the Spring '08 term at Ohio State.

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