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Inquiry

Used in the context of general equities. In-line expression of interest in a particular stock, usually asking the firm to bid for or offer stock.

Inquiry

1. A request in which one investor asks another to make a bid or offer on a security.

2. An indication of interest by a potential customer or client. Generally speaking, an inquiry follows an advertisement or word-of-mouth information about the company. The number of inquiries can help a company determine the effectiveness of its marketing. Likewise, the number of inquiries relative to the number of actual customers or clients can help the company determine the quality of its products and/or staff.
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Therefore, a valid scientific construct is not only derived from contacts with actual events within the interbehavioral continuum, but also shows coherence with the metasystem of a particular science, and the logic of science on which that metasystem is based.
Importantly, Peirce's reading of Mill's work in the logic of science was supplemented by reading Mill's antagonist, William Whewell, and Augustus De Morgan's essays on the logic of relations.
The remainder of the chapter serves as a brief introduction to the logic of science that any student would benefit from greatly.