Academic Vocabulary in Context – deduct

to claim some deductions — deduct the amount — deduction and induction
tax deduction — process of deduction — deductive reasoning or logical deduction — process of induction — this line of inductive reasoning — the rent deduction scheme — deductions — we deduce that

1. Because all life forms rely on water ………… if a new life form is discovered, it will also rely on water, but ………….. will have to be revised if we find a non-H2O reliant life-form on another planet.

2. The logical processes of ……….. work in opposite ways. The …….. is the application of general rules to specific instances whereas the ……..… is applying many specific instances to get a general rule.

3. According to the tax office, when claiming your tax return you are entitled ………….. that relate directly to earning your income, for example vehicle and travel expenses or home office expenses.

4. ………………….. links premises with conclusions whereas inductive reasoning reaches a conclusion by generalizing from initial information, for example if most life forms depend on water, we assume that if a new one is discovered, it will be reliant on water as well.

5. If you ……………….. I spent on doing the place up, there is not much profit left, but we all had a good time and it was a great learning experience, although I would not want to do it again.

6. After all …….. have been made there is not much left to live on.

7. If you receive a regular social security payment, and you rent your home from a housing authority, you are eligible to apply for a reduction in rent under ……….

8. You can get a ……… if you make a donation to a registered charity, but it does not cover the full amount; it is only a percentage.

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