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Are initial ideas the same as primary ideas?

No. While initial ideas are ideas one first thinks of and can become primary ideas (or, in other words, the main focus), primary ideas are not necessarily the first ideas one thinks of (better known as initial ideas). Initial ideas can become primary ideas. Primary ideas are not necessarily initial ideas.

What are facts about stuttgart?

i hav got no idea... orobably all the well known landmarks

Not at all realistic?

Not everything will be realistic because it will not be aceivable or possible based on known facts. When people set goals they may not all be realistic.

What can you name a Webkinz Brown Dog?

you could name it any thing you want but here are some ideas! buddy brownie chocolate coffee winkles little tiny rocky (my known name) rocko mr.wiggles

Who is more famous William shakspere or Santa Claus?

Santa Claus is an agglomeration of a number of mythological figures and one real one--St. Nicholas. Any myth or legend about a bringer of gifts or good cheer, especially at the winter solstice, is likely to be identified as Santa Claus. People can know that part of the legend without knowing anything about the way the legend is told in other parts of the world, and in particular without knowing the facts about St. Nicholas, which are actually not all that well-known. William Shakespeare, on the other hand, was a real person, and he is known all around the world as the author of the plays he wrote. Many more people know the facts about Shakespeare than know the facts about St. Nicholas.

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What is a logical inference?

It is the process by which new facts are derived from known facts

What is logical inference?

It is the process by which new facts are derived from known facts

What is the use of a logical procedure for gathering and testing ideas known as?

Might be called the scientific method.

A series of steps scientists follow to solve problems?

The scientific method is what scientist use to solve problems.

How does an indirect proof differ from a regular proof?

Given a proposition X, a regular proof known facts and logical arguments to show that X must be true. For an indirect proof, you assume that the negation of X is true. You then use known facts and logical arguments to show that this leads to a contradiction. The conclusion then is that the assumption about ~X being true is false and that is equivalent to showing that X is true.

When was Little Known Facts created?

Little Known Facts was created in 1966.

What is logical mathematical?

i don't known i asked first

What is a logical error?

One of your drives has an error (known or unknown)

What is deductive analysis?

Deductive analysis is using logical reasoning to come to a conclusion. By taking what is already known, a logical conclusion can be made.

What is logical reasoning answer?

Logical reasoning is reasoning which follows the branch of philosophy known as logic. Logic elucidates the rules of correct reasoning.

Were Shakespeare's ideas accepted immidiatly?

Shakespeare was not known for his ideas. He was known for his plays, which were indeed immediately popular.

What is a logical drive error?

One of your drives has an error (known or unknown)