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I know that the obvious pattern between circle and square alternates. If you have a circle with 6 dots inside, then a square with 6 dots inside, then a circle with 6 dots inside, then a square with 6 dots inside. i know the next one is going to be a circle with 6 dots inside. Would this be considered deductive reasoning or inductive reasoning?

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