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Deductive reasoning is a logical process in which conclusions are drawn from a set of given or assumed premises. These conclusions are inherently dependent on the truth and validity of the premises. Often used in formal logic and mathematics, deductive reasoning moves from general principles to specific conclusions. If the premises are true and the […]
In math, a conjecture is like a smart guess — something we think is true but haven’t proven. If someone finds an example that shows the guess is wrong, that’s a counterexample. It’s a bit like playing a detective game in mathematics. In this guide, we’ll look at these two ideas, breaking them down in […]
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