I don't know much about this subject, so this is probably a very basic question.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If I want to understand/explain something, I use inductive or deductive reasoning, which are parts of logic. For example, take this inductive reasoning:

Every life form we know of depends on liquid water to exist.

All life depends on liquid water to exist.

How could I translate it to mathematics? And is everything translatable to the language of mathematics?

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# How could I translate logic reasoning to the language of mathematics?

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