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How does a Landscaper use critical thinking?
Landscapers use critical thinking to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems. [ For a good article on careers in landscaping go to: - United States ]
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Critical Thinking has no application in day-to-day life.Explain what is wrong with this statement
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stereotyping generally has a negative connotation, it could help us in some ways
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