Inductive reasoning is the process of observing, recognizing patterns and making conjectures about the observed patterns. Inductive reasoning is used commonly outside of the Geometry classroom; for example, if you touch a hot pan and burn yourself, you realize that touching another hot pan would produce a similar (undesired) effect.
How to define inductive reasoning, how to find numbers in a sequence.
This video will define inductive reasoning, use inductive reasoning to make conjectures, determine counterexamples
Inductive Reasoning & Conjectures
Use inductive reasoning to identify patterns and make conjectures.
Proving Conjectures & Counterexamples
Find counterexamples to disprove conjectures.
Deductive reasoning is the process of reasoning logically from given statements to make a conclusion. Deductive reasoning is the type of reasoning used when making a Geometric proof, when attorneys present a case, or any time you try and convince someone using facts and arguments.
ow to define deductive reasoning and compare it to inductive reasoning.
This video defines deductive reasoning and the basic rules of logic
Deductive Reasoning Problem 1
Deductive Reasoning Problem 2
Deductive Reasoning Problem 3
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