What Is Abstract Reasoning?

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Abstract reasoning is the process of generalising from concrete experiences and examples to larger, broader principles. It is a conceptual process by which concepts that are less real are gotten from the usage and classification of literal concepts.
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Abstract reasoning is when a person can use symbols instead of concrete objects to learn new information. Children often learn this in school.
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