It is used to make general conclusions is not true of deductive reasoning.
Deductive reasoning is a kind of thinking also called deductive logic, that includes a process where you have to reason several premises and get to a logical true conclusion, this means that if the premises you start with are true and all the process is followed in a correct and precise form the conclusion will be true as well.
* It is used when you solve an equation in algebra.
* It is used to prove basic theorems.
"It is used when you solve an equation in algebra" is the untrue statement.
"It is used when you solve an equation in algebra."
When you solve an algebra problem, you are not using deductive reasoning. You are using the information in front of you to correctly answer.
"It is used to make broad generalizations using specific observations."
This is exactly what deductive reasoning is, you are making generalizations and coming up with your own conclusions through observation.
"It is used to prove basic theorems."
This is also true, you can use deductive reasoning by using your specific observations and drawing conclusions to prove the theorems.
"It is used to prove that statements are true."
Using your own observations, you can draw your own conclusions to prove what you are saying is factual.
multiply both sides of the equation by 5
Deductive reasoning is the process of reasoning where one or more statements are considered that are known to be true. And all these help in reaching a logically certain conclusion.
So, the statements that are true of deductive reasoning are:It is used to prove that statements are true. It is used when you solve an equation in algebra. It is used to prove basic theorems.
Short Solve for the variable (may be x, y, a, etc.) .
Long Answer + Explanation + Example:Simplify each side of the equationDistribute values (if needed)Use addition, subtraction, multiplication, or divisionSolve for the variableCheck your answer by inputting the variable into the equation
the answers are... 1, 3 and 5
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