Deductive Reasoning

Deductive Reasoning is a decision-making process where choices are made based upon the results of previous choices and a critical observation of the results, This method is used heavily in scientific experimentation, but is also used informally in everyday life. For a simple example, if a person touches a hot stove burner and burns him/her self. They will learn from this experience and, next time confronted with a hot stove, likely choose not to touch the the burner knowing that they will probably get burned,

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