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1.1: Patterns and Inductive Reasoning Print Page



           What would be the next 3 shapes?


Inductive Reasoning: 

          Making predictions based on patterns.


               example: If I'm in Arizona then it is sunny.  


           The prediction:


                 example: Since I'm in Arizona then it must be sunny outside.

 Counter Example:

           An example that shows a the conjecture is false.


                 example: The monsoon times. 

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