Asked by Andy Blackwell Uncategorized
How can you draw an inference?
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Asked in Science, Criminal Law
Would it be good or bad for a jurier to draw an inference?
Not sure what you are asking. Draw an inference from WHAT? Draw an inference from WHO? Jurors are supposed to try a defendant based solely on the FACTS produced in evidence and testimony and as instructed by the judge. Given that... jurors are all human. If there is any doubt about anything, the time to hash it all out is in the jury room during deliberation with your fellow jurors.
Asked in US Civil War, Slavery
What inference about Harriet Tubman's character can you draw from the incident with the gun?
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Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Statistics, Probability
What does sample to draw an inference about the population mean?
Asked in Literature and Language
What does it mean when it is an evaluative question?
Asked in Science
What inference can you draw from the dates given in the translation of the Muslim account?
Asked in Artificial Intelligence
What is inference rules in artificial intelligence?
Inference is the act or process of deriving logical conclusions from premises known or assumed to be true.The conclusion drawn is also called an idiomatic. The laws of valid inference are studied in the field of logic. Or inference can be defined in another way. Inference is the non-logical, but rational, means, through observation of patterns of facts, to indirectly see new meanings and contexts for understanding. Of particular use to this application of inference are anomalies and symbols. Inference, in this sense, does not draw conclusions but opens new paths for inquiry. (See second set of Examples.) In this definition of inference, there are two types of inference: inductive inference and deductive inference. Unlike the definition of inference in the first paragraph above, meaning of word meanings are not tested but meaningful relationships are articulated.
Asked in Research Methodology
What is it called when you draw a conclusion based on your observation?
Asked in Science
What is a logical interpretation based on prior knowledge or experience?
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between an observation or a infrence?