(Logic) When logical arguments are linked together, an inference is what one can conclude from the logical arguments.
|All men are mortal.||First premise|
|Socrates is a man.||Second premise|
|Therefore Socrates is mortal.||Inference or conclusion|
|Table 1: Deductive inference example|
(Statistics) An inference is a reasonable conclusion reached by studying data. An example of an inference is: 62% of 18-25-year-olds prefer this soda to its competitor.
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