The correct answer is reasoned conclusion.
A. reasoned conclusion
The correct answer is (A) Reasoned conclusion (based on fact, rather than guesses); that which is inferred. Also, the process of inferring or deriving the logical consequences of assumed premises.
Inference comes from Latin inferre (to bring in), inferential.
Examples of use:
- Are you telling me that an inference is a conclusion?
- He could depend on little help was the inference that he drew.