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Question 70 / 1 ptsWhat method did Sherlock Holmes use to solve most crimes?You AnsweredDeductive reasoning, whereby the premises made lead the detective to the conclusion.Inductive reasoning, whereby a series of factors leads to an inevitable conclusion.Correct AnswerAbductive reasoning, a process of examining data and generating a hypothesis based onthose data.cientific reasoning, using knowledge of chemistry, geology, anatomy, and other fields ofscience to solve crimes.Sherlock Holmes practiced abductive reasoning. Unlike deductive reasoning, the premisesmade in abductive reasoning do not guarantee the conclusion. Abductive reasoning followsevidence to infer the best explanation.
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Term
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Professor
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Tags
Inductive Reasoning, Abductive reasoning

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