DEDUCTIVE RESONING. Observation Questions. 1. What time was it on the clock? 2. How many people were at the scene? How many males? How many females? 3. What day of the month was it?
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1. Decide exactly what it is you are trying to find out.
2. Identify all information you have available in the problem.
3. Design a way to record information you have as well as interrelationships between pieces of information.
4. Record all available information and use it to fill in blanks.
5. Look back to ensure each conclusion you make is justified based on the information you have.
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