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Learning Curve

Learning is a cumulative process, meaning the more you learn about a particular aspect of life, the more you know in principle about it. Trial and error is a method of learning where you get something wrong until you get it right. This is a learning Curve. You learn to remember all aspects of what went wrong and remember how to do it right, effectively learning and remembering it for future similar encounters. See learning and memory.


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