Inductive Reasoning

August 30, 2018

Last week in Geometry Honors, we were covering inductive reasoning.  Inductive reasoning is the process of making conclusions and opinions based upon observation and noticing patterns.  Though this is a math class and we like numbers, we also branched out to see how this affects other areas in life.  Each student created their own presentation on where they found inductive reasoning in life.  We found a video where scientists can use brain scans and find patterns that suggest if a person is using morality in a decision and we found that patterns in weather help scientists predict storms and get people to safety faster.  It was great to see where math and science can cross and all the ways it affects our lives.