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Section 2-2: Biconditional and Definitions TPI 32C: Use inductive and deductive reasoning

Section 2-2: Biconditional and Definitions TPI 32C: Use inductive and deductive reasoning

Section 2-2: Biconditional and Definitions TPI 32C: Use inductive and deductive reasoning to make conjectures. Objectives: Write the inverse and contrapositive of conditional statements Write Biconditionals and recognize good definitions.

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Argument & Reasoning

Argument & Reasoning

Argument & Reasoning. Argument & Reasoning. rhetoric. According to Aristotle, ________, or the “art of persuasion” is "the ability, in each particular case, to see the available means of persuasion.” He described three main forms of rhetoric (persuasion): . Three Forms of Persuasion. ETHOS.

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Deductive Reasoning

Deductive Reasoning

Deductive Reasoning. By. Mr. Kass. Deductive Reasoning Is…. Deductive reasoning is when you start from things you assume to be true, and draw conclusions that must be true if your assumptions are true. . For Example All dogs have a tail. Buddy is a dog. Therefore Buddy has a tail.

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Thinking and Intelligence Chapter 9

Thinking and Intelligence Chapter 9

Thinking and Intelligence Chapter 9. Thinking. mental manipulation of internal representations (of objects, situations, or activities) conscious subconscious nonconscious. Insight. Insight involves a sudden novel realization of a solution to a problem. Humans and animals have insight.

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Chapter 12

Chapter 12

Chapter 12. Reasoning and Decision Making. Deductive Reasoning : Going from a general statements ( Premises ) to particular cases. No new information is added. It is like Arithmetic. We use logical rules to compute conclusions that logically follow from the premises.

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Thinking Like a Scientist: Observing Ask questions like: What? How? Why?

Thinking Like a Scientist: Observing Ask questions like: What? How? Why?

Thinking Like a Scientist: Observing Ask questions like: What? How? Why?. Chimp Diet in May Like all animals, chimps prefer to eat certain foods when they are available. Use the information in the table to create a bar graph. Thinking Like a Scientist: Classifying

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Structuring and Analyzing Arguments: The Classical, Toulmin, and Rogerian Models

Structuring and Analyzing Arguments: The Classical, Toulmin, and Rogerian Models

Structuring and Analyzing Arguments: The Classical, Toulmin, and Rogerian Models. Junior AP English November 16, 2006. Key Terms: Deductive vs. Inductive Reasoning.

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TOPIC 3 PERIODICITY

TOPIC 3 PERIODICITY

TOPIC 3 PERIODICITY. 3.1 PERIODIC TABLE. The arrangement of elements in the periodic table helps to predict their electron configuration. NATURE OF SCIENCE (1.9)

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Geometry Preview

Geometry Preview

http://faith.k12.sd.us/. Geometry Preview. Faith High School Mathematics. Kelly Shoemaker. HISTORY.

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Introduction to Rocks

Introduction to Rocks

Introduction to Rocks. Solid material aggregates (minerals, glass, organic material) that make up our Earth. The Study of Rocks. Petrology : General term for the study of rocks Petrography : Description and classification of rocks Largely observational Petrogenesis :

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Introduction to Cognition

Introduction to Cognition

Introduction to Cognition. Cognitive processes are very familiar and taken for granted. These processes are performed without effort so we perceive them as simple Since they are perceived as simple people believe studying them must be easy

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1.1 Inductive and Deductive Reasoning

1.1 Inductive and Deductive Reasoning

1.1 Inductive and Deductive Reasoning. Inductive reasoning is the process of arriving at a general conclusion based on observations of specific examples.

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Diagnostic Test - SAE

Diagnostic Test - SAE

Diagnostic Test - SAE. The Teaching & Leadership Center. 1.When reading, semantic cueing system refers to. A.the meaning system of language B.the structural system of language. C. the letter-sound relationship in written language. D. the social and cultural aspects of language.

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Thinking Mathematically

Thinking Mathematically

Problem Solving and Critical Thinking 1.1 Inductive and Deductive Reasoning. Thinking Mathematically. Inductive Reasoning. “Inductive reasoning” is the process of arriving at a general conclusion based on observations of specific examples. Patterns Conjecture / hypothesis Counter-example.

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Patterns and Inductive Reasoning

Patterns and Inductive Reasoning

Patterns and Inductive Reasoning. BIG IDEA: REASONING AND PROOF ESSENTIAL UNDERSTANDINGS: Patterns in some number sequences and some sequences of geometric figures can be used to discover relationships. Conjectures are not valid unless they are proven true.

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Materi 0 OVERVIEW KULIAH

Materi 0 OVERVIEW KULIAH

Materi 0 OVERVIEW KULIAH. ASK 202-3 LOGIKA FORMAL DASAR Semester Genap 2006/2007. TUJUAN. memberikan dasar pengetahuan bagaimana memodelkan fakta ke dalam bentuk logika proposisi dan logika predikat tingkat pertama

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Postulates and Paragraph Proofs

Postulates and Paragraph Proofs

Postulates and Paragraph Proofs. Section 2-5. postulate or axiom – a statement that describes a fundamental relationship between the basic terms of geometry. Postulates are accepted as true.

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MASSP

MASSP

MASSP. 10.01.07. Consensogram. As enter… grab a small stack of sticky squares… After reading the Consensogram prompt, place one sticky on each chart somewhere between “0” and “100” (not so much) (lots)

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Demystifying the periodic table

Demystifying the periodic table

Demystifying the periodic table. Arranged/developed/modified by the fabulous IMSS team of. Anja Crickmore, FUSD Susan Lemke, FUSD Hollie Stark, FUSD Karina Rizk, FUSD. Goal: Students will discover meaning in the arrangement of the periodic table. 5 Day Unit:.

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DEDUCTIVE REASONING

DEDUCTIVE REASONING

DEDUCTIVE REASONING. We reason deductively when we draw a conclusion from a set of given facts using the laws of logic. Inspector Garble. DEDUCTIVE REASONING. If the butler murdered Uncle Alfred then there are fingerprints on the gun. The butler murdered Uncle Alfred or the maid did it.

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