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-'''Intelligence ''' is a property of [[mind]] that encompasses many related [[mind|mental]] abilities, such as the capacities to [[reason]], [[plan]], [[problem solving|solve problems]], think [[abstraction|abstractly]], comprehend ideas and [[language]], and [[learn]]. Although intelligence is sometimes viewed quite broadly, psychologists typically regard the trait as distinct from [[creativity]], [[personality]], [[character structure|character]], [[knowledge]], or [[wisdom]].{{GFDL}}+# Relevant [[information]] that one is able to recall from [[memory]].
 +# The product of assumption.
 +# Recognition of cause and effect (which is NOT [[wisdom]]).
 +# Knowledge comprises all [[cognitive]] expectances that an individual or organisation actor uses to interpret situations and to generate activities.
 +# [[awareness|Awareness]].
 +#:''He completed it entirely without my '''knowledge'''.''
 +# Acquired information gained through personal experiences making it unique for each individual.
 +{{GFDL}}

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  1. Relevant information that one is able to recall from memory.
  2. The product of assumption.
  3. Recognition of cause and effect (which is NOT wisdom).
  4. Knowledge comprises all cognitive expectances that an individual or organisation actor uses to interpret situations and to generate activities.
  5. Awareness.
    He completed it entirely without my knowledge.
  6. Acquired information gained through personal experiences making it unique for each individual.




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