INDUCTIVE V DEDUCTIVE REASONING.
INDUCTIVE. SPECIFIC TO GENERAL
DEDUCTIVE. GENERAL TO SPECIFIC
INDUCTIVE REASONING INCLUDES OBSERVATION, ANALYSIS, INTERFERENCE AND CONFIRMATION. IT GIVES A LOT OF DETAILS AND THEN EXPLAINS WHAT IT ALL MEANS. Take what has happened and give a plausible explanation for why it has happened.
DEDUCTIVE conclusions can be valid or invalid. Assumes that the basic law from which an argument is made is applicable in all cases