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Deductive Reasoning and Inductive Reasoning...? Deductive **Reasoning** and Inductive **Reasoning** Your al affiliation More Shame by Cedar Rapids The Roman Catholic hierarchyin this country has promised accountability and justice for children sexually abused by priests. (2)We fear it has a long way to go. (3)A new inquiry has found that nearly a decade after the scandal engulfed the American church, children are still in peril (4) and some leaders are still stonewalling investigations. A grand-jury report released Feb. 10 accused three priests and a teacher in the Philadelphia Archdiocese of raping two young boys in the 1990s. It also accused a senior church official of knowingly endangering thousands of children by shielding accused priests for years. The...

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Associational reasoning...? The main issue that we are concerned is whether associational **reasoning** is good or bad for the society as a whole. Associational **reasoning** can be described as way of thinking where one associates or connects events and phenomena, which no one else had even noticed before. Marshall Mcluhan, Walter Ong, Innis and many other scholars have been associated with this type of **reasoning**. Ong has written a book Orality and Literacy where he redefined the works of Marshall in a more precise form. Ong has clearly supported Mcluhan’s way of thinking and he himself used associational **reasoning** to explain his theories. Associational **reasoning** is definitely a good way...

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Philosophical reasoning...Two women have built profound philosophies on the of feminism. They have both taken a journey into **reasoning** and logic that few people ever truly go on in search of the realities of life. Simone de Beauvoir and Christina Sommers both raise interesting points and arguments, both making clear what equity really refers to and the differences that exist between men and women. Comparing and contrasting Beauvoir's "The Second Sex" and Sommers' "Who Stole Feminism" on their philosophical **reasoning** on the subject at hand has the ability to enlighten the philosophical mind joining them on their journeys.
Both Beauvoir and Sommers address the issue of feminism from a systematic or topical method in which they...

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Inductive Reasoning..., the relevant normative system is formal logic. Participants are given some premises and asked whether a conclusion follows. Under strict deductive **reasoning** instructions, they are told (a) to assume that the premises are true and (b) to draw or approve only conclusions that necessarily follow. As observed elsewhere (Evans, 2002), this widely used method was developed over 40 years ago when belief in logic as a normative and descriptive system for human **reasoning** was very much higher than it is today. In spite f the method, much evidence has emerged to support the conclusion that pragmatic factors play a large part in human **reasoning**. We say "in spite of" because...

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Algebraic Reasoning...and teaching style. Furthermore, the teacher will assign exercise sets from the textbook, which must be submitted on the next meeting.
"Algebraic **Reasoning**"
Subject 5 - Advance Methods of Solving Algebraic Equations 2
What is the lesson objective
The main motive of this lesson is to assess the extent which the students can do unguided learning. For this day, the students must learn synthetic division.
**Standards** addressed and expectations of students:
Anticipatory Set:
For creating interest, the teacher will emphasize the difficulty of regular division in simplifying algebraic expressions and equations. He will pose problems that would normally take much time, but will be easier to solved using...

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Quantative reasoning...of dispersion chosen for this problem is **Standard** deviation. This provides for the possible dispersion for each of the groups.
Group A = 9.44
Group B = 22.01
Group A:
To calculate the **standard** deviation of Group A, firstly the difference of the values and the mean is calculated, after which these numbers are squared. The total of the squares are then calculated and then divided by the number of values to provide the Variance. The last step is to take the square root of the variance. This provides the **standard** deviation for the group.
Below are the calculations for Group...

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Quantitative Reasoning...Quantitative **Reasoning** Table of Contents Descriptive Analysis 3 Central Tendency 3 Measures of Dispersion 3 Bivariate Correlation Coefficient 4 Two-sample Student’s t-test 5
References 8
Cohen, J. (2003) Applied multiple regression/correlation analysis for the behavioral sciences (3rd Edition). London, UK: Routledge. 8
Gravetter, F. J. & Wallnau, L. B. (2009) Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences. USA: Cengage. 8
Healey, J. F. (2009) The Essentials of Statistics: A Tool for Social Research. USA: Cengage. 8
Healey, J. F. & Prus, S. G. (2009) Statistics: A Tool for Social Research. USA: Cengage. 8
Reinard, J. C. (2006) Communication research statistics. London, UK: Sage. 8
Woodbury, G. (2001) An Introduction to Statistics....

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Ethical Reasoning...Ethical **reasoning** College There are basically three types of ethical **reasoning**, ly: deductive, abductive and inductive **reasoning**. Deductive **reasoning** is a method of a applying or using a general rule in specified situations whereby conclusions can be predicted. Inductive **reasoning** is a form o logistic **reasoning** in specified situations where conclusions are generalized. However, the accuracy of the conclusions in inductive **reasoning** is doubtable and thus it is a risky form type of logical thinking. This form of **reasoning** is commonly used in philology and applied mostly in physics. Lastly, is abductive...

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Diagnostic Reasoning...Diagnostic **Reasoning** Medical decision-making models focus on analytical **reasoning**. In order to come up with superior diagnostic and curative decisions, the models utilize Bayes’ theorem, thresholds and decision trees. These arithmetical models integrate medical epidemiological data. They are also associated with evidence-based medicine and **standard** for superior practice.
The conclusive statement made in the article that medical decision-making doctors have to establish a balance between diagnostic **reasoning** and a kind of intuitive appraisal is true. The use of diagnostic methods alone does not always guarantee the expected results. Even though clinicians can use data...

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Critical reasoning...Critical **Reasoning**: Logic Part 1. An argument with true premises and true conclusion that is valid. First Premise: All normal human beings are rational.
Second Premise: Peter is a normal human being.
Conclusion: Peter, therefore, is rational.
2. An argument with false premises, and true conclusion that is valid.
First Premise: All the animals that belong to the family of cats are carnivorous
Second Premise: snakes belong to the family of cats
Conclusion: Therefore, snakes are carnivorous.
3. An argument with false premises, true conclusion and is invalid.
First Premise: all the current football stars in the world are Chinese
Second Premise: Lionel Messi is an American
Conclusion: Lionel Messi, therefore, is a football...

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