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User: Critical thinking means making criticisms of other people’s ideas. (Points : 2) True False

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User: Critical thinking has no application in day to day life. (Points : 2) True False

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User: Critical thinking is a practical process intended to help us reason and reflect about what we should actually believe and what we should actually do in real-life situations. (Points : 2) True False

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False. Critical Thinking and Criticizing are both different things. Critical Thinking means when there is some important issue on hand or troubled situation at that time there could be worthwhile important decision have to be made. At that time you may say that we are thinking very hard on this matter or say doing critical thinking. for more info Criticizing means to analyze other people's efforts or idea and give your opinion as per that. It could be positive or negative. Most of the time when Critic word is used it means negative comments for the idea or people.
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