Posted by **Megan** on Tuesday, March 11, 2008 at 2:39pm.

Can someone explain to me in simple terms deductive and inductive reasoning. Every time I find a new definition, I get more confused. I think that deductive is when you try to figure out from something that is generic and inductive is when you already know what will happen. Am I even close?

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