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Describe one example of inductive reasoning and one example of deductive reasoning. For each example, you should explain the context and the conclusion that you drew.
Weegy: Inductive and deductive reasoning are both approaches which can be used to evaluate information. [ They are used on a daily basis by people all over the world for tasks which range from perfecting a cookie recipe to developing new theories in the sciences. Each approach is very different, and it is important to be aware that both inductive and deductive reasoning can end up with false results, especially if the initial premise of the reasoning is false, in which case the results are said to be “unsound.” Put simply, deductive reasoning involves moving from generalities to specifics by working through a series of reasoned statements. Inductive reasoning, on the other hand, takes a series of specific observations and tries to expand them into a more general theory. A simplistic example of inductive reasoning might start with an observation such as “all of the cows I have ever seen are spotted.” One might, in turn, say that therefore all cows must be spotted. This is not actually the case, but given the available information, one might be forgiven for thinking it. The next step in this logic might involve attempting to find things which disprove the assertion that all cows are spotted, as might be done by asking other people if they have seen cows which are not spotted. Inductive reasoning is commonly seen in the sciences when people want to make sense of a series of observation. Isaac Newton, for example, famously used inductive reasoning to develop a theory of gravity. Using observations, people can develop a theory to explain those observations, and seek out disproof of that theory. As can be seen in the cow example above, one of the major flaws with inductive reasoning is that it is dependent on observations, and when observations are incomplete, unsound results may be formulated. In a famous example of inductive reasoning, some people in the ancient world believed that meat spontaneously gave rise to maggots. Their conclusion was based on the ... (More)
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how listening skills can help you (or others). How do these skills help in the professional and academic setting
Weegy: Why You Need Good Listening Skills Good listening skills make workers more productive. [ The ability to listen carefully will allow you to: •better understand assignments and what is expected of you; •build rapport with co-workers, bosses, and clients; •show support; •work better in a team-based environment; •resolve problems with customers, co-workers, and bosses; •answer questions; and •find underlying meanings in what others say. ] (More)
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Why You Need Good Listening Skills
Good listening skills make workers more productive. The ability to listen carefully will allow you to:


•better understand assignments and what is expected of you;

•build rapport with co-workers, bosses, and clients;

•show support;

•work better in a team-based environment;

•resolve problems with customers, co-workers, and bosses;

•answer questions; and

•find underlying meanings in what others say.
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Write 1 simple or compound sentences for each of the following formulas: SV: SSV: SVV: SSVV: I; I: I; I: I; I: I; I: I, c I: I, c I: I, c I: I, c I:
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SV - one subject, one verb My brother ran down the busy street. (brother = subject / ran = verb)

SSV - compound subjects, one verb Dad and I trampled each other as we tried to untangle the lights.
(Dad, I = subjects / trampled = verb)

SVV - one subject, compound verbs Bobby stuffed some turkey into his mouth and grabbed a fist full of cranberry sauce.
(Bobby = subject / stuffed, grabbed = verbs)

SSVV - compound subjects, compound verbs Fluffy and Fido chased each other around the tree and finally knocked it over with a loud crash.
(Fluffy, Fido = subjects / chased, knocked = verbs)

I hope this is helpful for you.
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how listening skills can help you (or others). How do these skills help in the professional and academic setting?
Weegy: Listening skills are necessary if you want to succeed in life. They're needed in an academic setting if you want to pay attention and absorb the material. [ They're important in a professional setting because they help you to connect with your coworkers and superiors and allow you to move ahead. ] (More)
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FIND THE ERRORS IN THE PARAGRAPH AND STATE THE NUMBER OF ERRORS. R&B music has a rich history, and continues to evolve throughout the decades. R&B evolved from Jazz, The Blues, and Gospel music in the 1940s, and has been a hit with listeners every since. It’s main instruments are drugs, sax, horn, piano, organ, and electric guitar and its lyrics often reference lost or unrequited love. Its affect on listerns is often mellowing, and amorous but it also has been known to move people to dance. ...
Weegy: This is the correct form- R&B music has a rich history, and continues to evolve throughout the decades. R&B evolved from Jazz, The Blues, and Gospel music in the 1940s, and has been a hit with listeners every since. [ Its main instruments are drugs, sax, horn, piano, organ, and electric guitar and its lyrics often reference lost or unrequited love. Its effect on listeners is often mellowing, and amorous but it also has been known to move people to dance. Over time, the audience for R&B has grown, and will continue to command a strong fan base as long as artists keep pumping out hits its appeal is timeless. People will always love to hear about lost love, and love unreturned. ] (More)
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