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...lear definition of logic would not be difficult to create, but that it is involved in almost everything we do in our daily lives. From my personal experience from my programming class, you have to follow very strict rules for how code is typed out and important key words to allow it to run, even though it may be simple math problems. Logical thinking allows me and my class mates to figure out how our code needs to work even though we don’t know what we are doing. The concept of Logic is a way of thinking, an orderly structure of solving a problem, and can also be used in the scientific method. The scientific method is a set of rules for running tests and discovering answers that may or may not have been expected. Overall, the concept of logic best fits the description of a way of thinking in an orderly way or with structure to solve or better develop and answer.
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