Critical Reading

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Making inferences is an abstract critical thinking skill that involves the active and blended use of several sources of information, including
a.)the application of the basiic method of problem solving

b)using background knowledge,personal experience, and clues/facts of the situation.

c.) identifying the main idea, supporitng details,and use of abstract language

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