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Measuring is a skill that is often learned in grade school. During these years, we learn in math class about the area of shapes. There are different formulas for measuring the area of different ways. For example, a triangle has a different method to find the area of it than a square. A triangle’s area is found by multiplying half the height times the base.

A square’s area is measured by multiplying the side by the other side. If there is a shed and you know the dimensions of the walls, then you can calculate the area of the wall based on its shape. You would need to see the formula though for that shape. In this case, the city would be 30.

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Deduction and Induction are most times products of arguments, although the generated results can be true, false, and they can be presented in a formal way or an informal way. The deduction can be defined as the process of reasoning which travels from the general to the specific, in which through series of premises presented, a conclusion has been made.


And if the premises are found to be true, the conclusion is also true. For example, in some parts of the world, it is believed that a man is the head of the family, this means once you are a man, you are automatically the head of your family. Induction, on the other hand, can be defined as the process of reasoning in which individual premises, arguments are turned to form a general conclusion. In other words, it means the derivation of principles, conclusions from specific instances. It usually travels specifically to general.

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To crack this code, you merely have to note which symbols stand for individual letters in the examples given. For the word DEAR, you need the symbols for each of the letters it comprises. D = $ in RAID and the word RIPE, E = c) (my keyboard doesn't have the copyright symbol). A = in RAID and R = % in RIPE. This gives us the four symbols $c)% to represent the word, DEAR. It is a simple substitution code that would be insufficient for most purposes. That is, too easy to crack to use for encrypting written information.

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D is the answer to this question. In order to solve this, you need to look at the various numbers that are connected to their corresponding letters. It is said that the word EAT will correspond to 318. For the word teacher, you need to come up with the numbers for TEA. This will be 831.

From this, you can already eliminate C because this says 832. Then CHAIR will be another code namely 24156. For the rest of the word, C will become 2 H will become 4, E will be 3, and finally, 1 will be 6. Out of the choices that are given, which will provide you with code 8312436? That is letter D and that is the right answer.

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To improve your Logical Reasoning skills, it is important to differentiate between observations and inferences.Observationmeans using your senses such as hearing, seeing, smelling, touching to collect the required data or information.Inferenceis the conclusion we draw from that observation. Observation is more factual, whereas, inference is one’s opinion based on the observation. Similarly, try to differentiate betweenestablished factsandconjectures.Factsare things that are proved or believed to be true based on real occurrences, whereas,aconjectureis a calculated guess which is based on some prior knowledge or incomplete information.

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