Logical thought is based on deductive reasoning, drawing on facts, or assumed
facts. A logical person bases their thinking, reasoning, and decision-making on
known statements, events, or conditions.
Clear reasoning is often structured thinking, using reasoning consistently to
come to conclusions, considering problems or situations with facts and chains or
steps of reasoning that make sense to the person. Logic is a coherent systematic
approach to investigate, classify, and evaluate decisions.
People who think logically move from one related thought to another, with a clear
pattern of thought, therefore finding patterns in data is also easier for a
logical thinker. They are often good at math as this is a foundational skill
required, but while math can be learned, logical thinking also requires practical
experience to draw on.