Deductive reasoning

Deductive reasoning is the ability to extract certain rules based on a sequence of experiences or observations and apply those rules to other similar situations.

Deductive reasoning is the attempt to draw specific conclusions from a given set of assumptions.

Deductive reasoning- reasoning that arrives at a specific conclusion based on a set of general principles and facts. Moves from the general to the specific.

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