Give Examples of Observation and Inference?


An inference is an explanation or argument about something while an observation is a fact used for the gathering of information. Examples of observation and inferences are as follows; human noise is caused by crowd, smoke is caused by fire and lavish lifestyle is characterized with money.
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Observation is the process of gathering objective data. Inference is
Inferring means to deduce, imply, or conclude. When you are inferring, you are making a logical conclusion about someone or something, based on what you have heard, read, or seen.
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