Deductive reasoning is a form of logical thinking that uses a general principle

Deductive reasoning is a form of logical thinking that uses a general principle or law to forecast specific results. From those general principles, a scientist can extrapolate and predict the specific results that would be valid as long as the general principles are valid.
What is deductive reasoning and inductive reasoning?
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