Hypothetico-deductive reasoning refers to a style of problem solving in which all possible solutions to a problem are generated and then systematically evaluated to determine the corr ect answer(s)

In Piaget"s theory, Hypothetico-deductive reasoning is a formal operational ability to think hypothetically.
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