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How do you know that George is not formally educated but is eloquent?
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What is a educated person?
An educated person is a rather nullified concept. It is widely accepted among the general public that an educated person is someone who has completed highschool and a well educated person is someone who has persued post-secondary degrees. However, educated in its simple definition means "To know something" therefore if you know something your educated.
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What is an educated guess?
An educated guess is one based on some amount of information. If you have no information you are guessing. If you have some information but not enough to know the answer, you can use the information you have to make an "educated guess." If you have enough information to know the answer then you aren't guessing at all. In the science field, some call a hypothesis an educated guess.
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What is a educated guess based on what you are reading and what you know?
Asked in Baseball Memorabilia
Do you know about a Rawlings Red baseball glove misprint that read Educated Hell instead of Educated heel?
Asked in Care of Fish, Christianity, New Testament
Who was the apostle that their sign was a cross with a fish on it?
Asked in Middle Ages
What age did children go to school in medieval Europe?
In Western Europe, there was no standard age for beginning education. Most children in the Middle Ages were probably not educated. Those who went to school were probably educated for a while before they went. In the Byzantine Empire, there was a system of primary education, but its purpose was to see that all soldiers were literate. I do not know when peoples started into it. We do not have a lot of information on the education of children, but it is a matter of record that Matilda of Scotland, who was born in 1080 and was the daughter of King Malcolm III and St. Margaret, started her education in an abbey school at the age of six. We also know that Hildegard of Bingen was probably sent to a convent, where she was formally educated, at the age of eight. There are links below.
Is it possible to know about a persons future by simply talking to him?