deductive

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Of, pertaining to, or based on deduction
Based on inferences from general principles
Reasoning process in which researcher begins with a theory and then gathers evidence, or data, to assess whether the theory is correct; generally used with quantitative research methods
Of or pertaining to deduction; capable of being deduced from premises; deducible
Deductive reasoning involves drawing conclusions logically from other things that are already known. using the knowledge and information you have in order to understand or form an opinion about something
That which is deducted without reducing the Federal Income Tax subject gross
A deductive argument is one that derives the truth of the conclusion from the truth of the premises If the argument form, or structure of the argument, is valid, then the conclusion will always follow from the premises The hard determinism argument below is an example of a deductive argument that makes use of two modus ponens arguments in which the conclusion of the first serves as the premise of the second, or so it appears
A deductive approach is when the rule is given first and is then followed by examples of the rule For example, the rule 'To say That's a chair in Irish, the indefinite article a is not translated' is followed by the example Sin cathaoir (Gaeilge agus Fáilte, Unit 1, Section 15 2) This approach is often associated with the Grammar-Translation method of language teaching/learning (See Inductive) Dictation
Given a set of facts or assumptions which are supposed to be true, deductive reasoning is the mental process to extend these facts into new conclusions using logic "Top Down" or from the more general to the more specific
{s} relating to deduction, provable through deduction (inference, logical reasoning)
Of an argument in which the logical connection between premisses and conclusion is one of necessity
relating to logical deduction; "deductive reasoning"
Inferred from the general to the particular Reasoning in which a conclusion necessarily follows from the propositions stated
specific conclusions from generalized assumptions
involving inferences from general principles relating to logical deduction; "deductive reasoning
involving inferences from general principles
deductive closure
The set of all the statements that can be deduced from a given set of statements
deductive inference
inference in which the conclusion is just as certain as the premises
deductive inference
inference in which the conclusion is of no greater generality than the premises
deductive reasoning
inference in which the conclusion is of no greater generality than the premises
deductive reasoning
inference in which the conclusion cannot be false given that the premises are true
deductive reasoning
reasoning in which a conclusion is reached by methodically analyzing the facts
deductively
In a deductive manner; using deduction
deductively
{a} by deduction, by consequence
deductively
By deduction; by way of inference; by consequence
deductively
through deduction, through inference, via logical reasoning
deductive
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