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Common knowledge is a term that refers to something that most people know, believe in or understand. There are many different types of common knowledge, such as “The sky is blue,” or “Water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit.” These statements are true for the majority of people and therefore represent common knowledge. For example, you can say with certainty that water will freeze if it’s cold enough because this has been proven by scientists time and again. This blog post discusses what constitutes “common knowledge” and how you can use it to be more persuasive when communicating with others. A blog post that discusses what constitutes “common knowledge” and how you can use it to be more persuasive when communicating with others. The sky is blue, Water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit. These statements are true for the majority of people and therefore represent common knowledge. For example, you can say with certainty that water will freeze if it’s cold enough because this has been proven by scientists time and again. Common Knowledge: What is It? #blogpost_title

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