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  1. Good night, everyone!

    When teaching children math, we develop their ability to think logically. Studying mathematics develops your thinking skills. But we must remember that in science all terms are unambiguous, clearly defined, so we use logical proof. In everyday situations, everything is ambiguous. So it's hard to say how to prove your judgment. They basically solve everything on the level of intuition.

    In political and social issues, speakers have time to prepare for their answers. Here you can expect a more logical thought. But don't forget that social science isn't about math. And a political or judicial process is not a school lesson. Therefore, it is difficult to expect that the respondent will behave like a blackboard and prove something accurately.

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