*Logic*may consist of either a general to a particular form (deductive

*logic*); or from a particular to a general form (inductive

*logic*).

2. Basic principles of reasoning developed by and which are applicable to any field of knowledge: The researchers, Mr. Jones and Mr. Smith, followed the standards set up by the

*logic*of their scientific administers.

3. An effective or convincing force: The

*logic*of Sandra's arguments could not be reasonably challenged.

4. A system of thought or ideas that govern conduct, belief, behavior, etc.: There are currently protestors who are against what they consider to be the

*logic*of some businesses.

5. A system or set of principles that are the basics in a computer or electronic device that perform specified tasks: Chris, the programmer, utilized certain

*logics*so the computer would automatically function to accomplish specific results.

*Logic* is also used to describe the science that deals with the creation of computer circuits.

*logic*operations of "and", "not", and "or".

Logic is any process of reasoning that shows you are right.

When dealing with people, remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but with creatures of emotion, creatures bristling with prejudice and motivated by pride and vanity.

Politeness is better than logic. You can often persuade when you cannot convince.

*hard-wired logic*functions of the larger computer circuits, a microcomputer is determined by the program that is installed.

*logic gates*are the building blocks of digital technology including solid-state semiconductor devices that perform arithmetic/logic operations.

2. The branch of philosophy dealing with the principles of reasoning.

Classical logic, as taught in ancient Greece and Rome, systematized rules for deduction.

The modern scientific and philosophical logic of deduction has become closely allied to mathematics; especially, in showing how the foundations of mathematics are incorporated in logic.

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*logic*or "reasoning skills")

A fun way to see if you are paying attention. This activity consists of simple questions with tricky answers and may be found by going to **verb forms** Quiz.