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Situational logic: challenging situations that require insight and resourcefulness.

Deductive reasoning: it's important to follow the premises in order to arrive at the right conclusions.

Inductive reasoning: derive general conclusions from a set of specific observations.

Analytical reasoning: ordering, grouping and making sense of facts and rules.

Paradoxes: a paradox is merely truth standing on its head to attract attention." - G. K. Chesterton.

Logical fallacies: mistaken beliefs and conclusions that are based on faulty arguments.

Syllogism: apply deductive reasoning and derive a valid conclusion from given premises.

Challenging situations that call for clever and resourceful solutions.

"Top-down logic" involves reasoning from premises to reach a logical conclusion.

Complete the sequence and find the missing shape.

Discern the core structure of a group of relationships.

Apparently self-contradictory statements that lead to logically unacceptable conclusions.

A fallacy is the use of faulty reasoning that undermines an argument's validity.

Test the validity of arguments.