In general, all question
down to regurgitation
, or synthesis
"What time is the meeting today?"
"What's your name
are examples of reguritation. To regurgitate
is to bring back from within, and in these cases represents simple memory retrieval
"Does it look like it's going to rain
"What do you think happened in that accident
we just passed?"
are questions of analysis. To analyze
is to examine the evidence
it with previous experience
, and present a commentary
on the composition
, or why
of a subject
"How should I end this relationship?
"What should I upgrade
next to improve computer
are questions of synthesis. They are essentially analysis questions taken one step further: Analyze, then determine a further course of action
Often what is perceived
is actually a keen
ability to analyze and synthesize
quickly. These two skills require a decent memory, but like the internet - if the information desired can be found or synthesized quickly then regurgitation is not as important.