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  • Reasoning and Ans

    CTS Placement Paper January‚ 2010 (Reasoning Ability) REASONING section (20 Q’s - 20 mins) Directions for Questions 1-4: In each questions below are given two statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given two statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. read the conclusion and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the two given statements‚ disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer: (A)

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  • Reasoning

    The Nature of Reasoning What is Reasoning?  a mental act whereby starting with several judgments which we relate to one another.  the process which uses arguments‚ statements‚ premises and axioms to define weather a statement is true or false‚ resulting in a logical or illogical reasoning.  the process of using a rational‚ systematic series of steps based on sound mathematical procedures and given statements to arrive at a conclusion.  the cognitive skills with which we reach

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  • Elements of Reasoning

    Nosich’s “The Elements of Reasoning” and Elder’s “The Standards for Thinking” both focus on various techniques people can adopt to become better critical thinkers. According to Nosich‚ two conditions must exist to be considered critical thinking: the thinking must be reflective and it must meet high standards. These two conditions lead us into the eights elements of reasoning presented in the readings. The first element focused on is “Purpose‚” which includes objectives‚ goals‚ your desired outcome

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  • Legal Reasoning

    Legal Reasoning is a reasonable reasoning before the decision had been made. Legal reasoning required us to consider the criteria beyond those imposed by the strict necessity of logic. It has followed certain criteria or rules which applied in practical reasoning. For an example‚ a judge has to give judgment by following the precedent case and Federal Constitution‚ legislators have to predict the impact of their laws before amendment whereby following the two-third majority of Parliament and lawyers

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  • Critical Reasoning

    Critical Reasoning Assignment I (Exercise 2) 1. Sappho- The type or style of writing that Sappho used in “To Absent Lovers’” was poetry. This literary work was very familiar to me and was fairly easy to comprehend. The basic subject matter of this story was about two people that seemed to be in love with one another that eventually had to separate in the end. Ban Zhao- In the passage “Admonitions For Women‚” it basically tells us about the way of the woman in ancient medieval China. This was

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  • Strategic Reasoning

    In this article we will identify differences in assumptions and conclusions for the following three contributions: “The concept of corporate strategy” By Kenneth Andrews. “The mind of the strategist” By Kenichi Ohmae. “Decision making: It’s not what you think” By H. Mintzberg en F. Westley. “The concept of corporate strategy” By Kenneth Andrews. Corporate strategy is the pattern of decisions in a company that determines and reveals its objectives‚ purposes‚ or goals‚ produces the principal

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  • Deductive Reasoning

    Lindsey Lane October 21‚ 2012 The Importance of Deductive Reasoning Critical Thinking Kevin White It is important to understand what is known prior to making a decision because the decision could be either wrong or right. Making decisions at times can be a hard thing to do. There are many pros and cons for decision making. In argument five To Cheat or Not to Cheat Jenna has a big decision to make. She has to decide whether or not she wants to continue her class by being honest or to

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  • Reasoning Aptitude

    Reasoning Aptitude: The Reasons Introduction The reasoning aptitude career plan building activity identified the term “focused”. The focused profile determined compatibility with careers involving practical skills. These careers involve critical thinking to foresee and solve practical problems. It is probable to be attracted to practical jobs and careers. The results portrait my individual thinking style as focused and direct. My thinking style is goal-oriented. Allowing

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  • The Importance of Deductive Reasoning

    The Importance of Deductive Reasoning After reading the arguments containing deductive reasoning‚ it is apparent why having understanding of all facts is important. The function of deductive reasoning is to take information away from the closing argument to prove that the conclusion reached is true. Deductive reasoning provides support for the conclusion. Without the correct data we could not make a smart decision. The role of deductive reasoning in the decision-making process is essential.

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  • The Importance of Deductive Reasoning

    The Importance of Deductive Reasoning Kelly Douglas CRT/205 Alicia Mandolini October 7‚ 2012 We make decisions each and every day; everything we say and do is the result of a decision. For every choice‚ big or small‚ there is no easy formula for making the right decision. The best an individual can do is to approach it from as many perspectives as possible and then choose a course of action that is reasonable and balanced at that time. It is important to understand what is known prior

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