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What Does The Word Inference Means In Maths?

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When you are using the word 'inference' in the context of mathematics, it should be used in association with 'rules' and the term thus formed is 'inference rules'.
There meaning you can figure out from the term is to draw a conclusion through natural deduction method that comes from the propositional logic.

When you are using the word 'inference' in any other context, the meaning that can be figured out from the word is something that can be formed indirectly from something that you already know. You can also use it for the act of forming an opinion that is based on the ideas that you already acquired with your previous experience.

The original word in which the word can seek its derivation is 'infer', that explains about reaching about an opinion on the basis of information that is available to you.

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