Deductive reasoning

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Deductive reasoning

Using known facts to draw a conclusion about a specific situation.
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Conclusion: Gamers exhibit better range of cognitive abilities specifically involving analogy, processing speed, deductive reasoning and mathematical intelligence.
A formal rhetoric analysis of PM Khan's speeches follow a strict pattern of deductive reasoning, establishing propositions and premises in explaining and justifying the social, economic and political conclusions.
Deductive systems were originally designed for educational purposes, helping students to translate the relational data structure model in a deductive data model, where "atomic data are arranged in predicates which can be understood as relations, i.e., relational tables" [Saenz-Perez, 2018].
Grounded theory is a qualitative research method, so the processes used are inductive, rather than deductive. Grounded theory uses data to generate theory, and ultimately, produce hypotheses that account for the behavior seen for further research and testing (Stern & Porr, 2011).
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As with any Sherlock piece, the strength lies in the deductive process; and this receives exceptionally close attention in a manner consistent with the Doyle originals, which will prove satisfying to any Sherlock reader.
Recently I read an article wherein deductive reasoning is defined as "a logical process in which a conclusion is based on the concordance of multiple premises that are generally assumed to be true." (Whatls.techtarget.com) Aristotle, the Greek philosopher and student of Plato, is historically known as the father of deductive reasoning.
Deductive Reasoning Exercises for Attention and Executive Functions: Real-Life Problem Solving
Pour comparer l'approche inductive et l'approche deductive dans l'enseignement d'un objet de savoir grammatical, Vincent et ses collegues ont procede a des tests de connaissances aupres de 269 eleves repartis entre quatre groupes ayant vecu une approche inductive et quatre groupes ayant vecu une approche deductive.
SILENT WITNESS BBC1 9pm The team have to use all of their deductive skills when Russian oligarch Maksim Bazhanov (Dragan Micanovic, above right) is nearly killed in a botched assassination attempt.
David Botting, in the essay, "Why modal pluralism does not require normative pluralism," wants to demonstrate that my introduction of multi-modal argumentation (Gilbert 1997) (a) does not require introducing diverse forms of argument appraisal, and (b) all arguments in any of the modes, whether logical, emotional, kisceral, or visceral, can be reduced to logically deductive arguments.
From the speech's rough draft in Washington, to Lincoln's railway journey, its revisions, and its battlefield presentation, Writing the Gettysburg Address spares no detail, and applies literary and deductive reasoning to the circumstances and motivations of the major players in the speech's creation.