# kindergarten

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What is the difference of deduction and induction? pls give a simple example for a kindergarten level.

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Deduction is like getting a minus in your grade and induction is when you are isolatedin a place for different reasons.

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christopher and ashley eah ate 2 cookies.how may cookies did they eat in all?

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