Math discussion

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Step one: Organize information, we have no difficulty in decorating information. 

Step two: Structure Reasoning. Many people provide opinions but rarely provide supporting reasons for their view. 

Step three: Consider evidence on the existence of the term. 

Step four: Identify assumption- the conclusion is an unexamined belief: what we think without realizing, we think it. Our inferences which are also called conclusions are often based on assumptions that we have not thought about critically. 

Step five: Evaluate Arguments- an argument is a conclusion based upon evidence. To evaluate these arguments, you must judge whether it is good or bad. An evaluation should be based upon national criteria. 

Step 6: Communicate conclusion- In my conclusion, communication is not just words, it is a mixture of tone and body language, you can effectively utilize your voice tone and body language to convey your message cross.


With that being said can you give me an example of how you would apply this in real life?

Also , how about an example of a truth table?

I am looking for real life examples.



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      Step one: Organize information, we have no difficulty in decorating information.

      Step two: Structure Reasoning. Many people provide opinions but rarely provide supporting reasons for their …