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1. Research the principles of logic known as induction and deduction. Distinguish between them, and identify the elements of each demonstrated by Sherlock Holmes' reasoning in "The Red- Headed League." You might wish to judge which principle predominates in Holmes' thinking, or which most aids Holmes in solving the mystery.

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1. Research the principles of logic known as induction and deduction. Distinguish between them, and identify the elements of each demonstrated by Sherlock Holmes' reasoning in "The Red- Headed League." You might wish to judge which principle predominates in Holmes' thinking, or which most aids Holmes in solving the mystery.

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