Logic Ability

“Loyalty to a petrified opinion never yet broke a chain or freed a human soul.”

– Mark Twain

Logic is defined as the ability to reason or be rational. Synonyms for logic other than reason are sound, cogent, coherent, well organized, clear, consistent, and relevant.

Logic assumes that there is a systematic and developmental way to look at a problem. Systematic refers to the belief there is a common thread between events. Developmental means there is a step-by-step process to ensure accurate and efficient solutions to the problem.

For example, before going to a grocery store to purchase food, the first step would be to see what you need. A possible second step, if you want to have certain meals, is to write out a menu. Once the ...

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