Examples of Deductive Reasoning?

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Deductive reasoning is the process of reasoning through a general statement in order to reach a logical conclusion. An example of deductive reasoning can be found in the following three statements: 'All fruits grow on trees.' 'Some fruits are orange.' 'Therefore, some fruits that are orange grow on trees.'
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All apples are fruit. All fruits grow on trees. Therefore all apples grow on trees. Or. All apples are fruit. Some apples are red. Therefore some fruit is red.
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Deductive reasoning is when someone logically figures out why something happens by following the information that they know to come up with the answer.
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Here are some examples of deductive reasoning: All oranges are fruits.
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Let me begin with 2 definitions: "In logic: [a deduction is an] inference in which a conclusion follows necessarily from one or more given premisses. An inference is "The
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