Inductive reasoning

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Inductive reasoning is a type of reasoning in which a universal law or principle is established from repeated observations of the same phenomena.[1]

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  1. Meyer, Stephen C. (2008). Signature in the Cell. New York: HarperOne, 153–156. ISBN 978-0-06-147279-2. 

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