# inductive

İngilizce - İngilizce
introductory or preparatory
influencing
of, relating to, or arising from induction or inductance
of, or relating to logical induction
relating to logical induction; "inductive thinking"
inducing or influencing; leading on; "inductive to the sin of Eve"- John Milton of reasoning; proceeding from particular facts to a general conclusion; "inductive reasoning"
Unlike deductive arguments, inductive ones promise only probability, not certainty Thus, if one argues that having watched several different newscasts in several different cities on many different nights one may infer that newscasts emphasize, in Bob Inman's phrase, "mayhem and misery", then one is making an inductive argument (In this case, an inductive (or empirical) generalization Another kind of inductive argument is an argument from analogy Inductive arguments are judged by their reliability, where one expects only a high degree of probability, not one hundred percent reliability as with deduction
generalization from specific facts
of reasoning; proceeding from particular facts to a general conclusion; "inductive reasoning"
Leading to inferences; proceeding by, derived from, or using, induction; as, inductive reasoning
A deductive approach is when examples of particular language structures are given and learners 'work out' a general grammar rule based on these examples In Gaeilge agus Fáilte, Unit 3, Section 8 2, learners are asked: 'Look at the Conversations in 8 1 again Can you guess at the reason for the four different forms of i?' This is an example of an inductive approach This approach is often associated with Audio-Lingual teaching/learning methods (See Deductive)
Inductive reasoning is based on the process of induction
Of an argument in which the logical connection between premisses and conclusion is one of probability
{s} of or pertaining to electric or magnetic induction (Electricity); using reasoning by induction; serving to induce persuade; introductory
arising from inductance; "inductive reactance"
Facilitating induction; susceptible of being acted upon by induction; as, certain substances have a great inductive capacity
Tending to induce or cause
–– characterized by studying particular cases (factors, evidences) one by one in order to arrive at a generalization
Reasoning process in which data are gathered and examined, hypotheses are formulated, and eventually theories are developed in response to what the data reveal; generally used with qualitative research methods
Operating by induction; as, an inductive electrical machine
Leading or drawing; persuasive; tempting; usually followed by to
inducing or influencing; leading on; "inductive to the sin of Eve"- John Milton
relating to logical induction; "inductive thinking
Beginning with specific observations and measurable criteria, inductive reasoning detects patterns and make some sort of hypotheses and finally, one or more theories Called "Bottom Up", it works from specific observations to broader generalizations and theories
epagogic
inductive definition
A recursive definition
inductive effect
an experimentally observable effect of the transmission of charge through a chain of atoms in a molecule by electrostatic induction
inductive reasoning
The process of making inferences based upon observed patterns, or simple repetition. Often used in reference to predictions about what will happen or does happen, based upon what has happened
inductive voltage divider
an autotransformer that has its winding divided into (normally) ten equal-turn sections so that when an alternating voltage is applied to the whole winding the voltage across each section is exactly one tenth
inductive method
method of determining rules about a general circumstance based on observation of individual situations
inductive statistics
The branch of statistics that deals with generalizations, predictions, estimations, and decisions from data initially presented
inductively
By using induction
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In a inductive manner
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{a} persuasive, leading, able to infer
inductively
By induction or inference
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by means of electrical or magnetic induction (Electricity); by means of inductive reasoning
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