Everything you need to make a good meaningful sentence (and grammatically correct, ofcourse), is to follow common rules. Do not forget to provide your sentence with complexity, but you dont have to make them too complicated, I mean you need to use key words, they will make your thought completed. And the second point is that you need to properly organize the sentence using correct word order.

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the correct answer is c. analytical reasoning. it is when you analyze the situation to form conclusions.

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