# set of assumptions in a sentence

1) There were two

**sets**

**of**

**assumptions**at work here.

2) In contrast, Theory Y is based on a opposite

**set****of**assumptions.

assumption collocations

3) Logical reasoning may proceed from any

**set****of**assumptions, positive or negative.

4) Therefore it is common to insist that the

**set****of**

**assumptions**be consistent.

## set of assumptions example sentences

5) The objective is to provide realistic projection**of**funding future under various

**set****of**assumptions.

6) Under either

**set****of**assumptions, current polling points to the Coalition almost surely winning.

7) This bipolar model leads to pigeonholing candidates with a broad and inaccurate

**set****of**assumptions.

8) The study

**of**organizational culture operates on a

**set****of**

**assumptions**distinct from traditional management perspectives.

9) While this

**set****of**

**assumptions**makes the future look rosy, it's make believe.

10) Each is based on different

**set****of**

**assumptions**and offers unique insight into the decision-making process.

11) What lies behind Tory 'taking stock' is just as confused a

**set****of**assumptions.

12) The European nominal game plan for maritime satellite ser- vices involved a fairly orderly

**set****of**assumptions.

13) They would now like to evaluate the sensitivity

**of**budgeted results to different

**sets**

**of**assumptions.

14) While this is a possible

**set****of**assumptions, it does not seem a particularly plausible one.

### example sentences with assumption

15) It is a

**set****of**

**assumptions**we and all our ancestors have made and do make.

16) A statistical model is a

**set****of**

**assumptions**concerning the generation

**of**the observed data and similar data.

17) But even the simplistic theory only holds under a very restrictive

**set****of**assumptions, like balanced trade.

18) One challenge is that if the

**set****of**

**assumptions**is inconsistent then anything can follow logically from inconsistency.

19) Someone else will have a different

**set****of**

**assumptions**about the past according to their point

**of**view.

20) His objective was to find for the observed facts a broadly applicable explanation which fits his

**set****of**assumptions.

21) Each

**of**these models has its own

**set****of**

**assumptions**to facilitate the analysis

**of**a given thermodynamic system.

22) Sociocultural theory has a fundamentally different

**set****of**

**assumptions**to approaches to second-language acquisition based on the computational model.

23) One corresponds to the verbal analysis above; the second embodies a different

**set****of**

**assumptions**yielding somewhat different results.

24) At this gathering, I realised that most people seemed to be working with the latter

**set****of**assumptions.

25) In each encounter with discourse, we start with a

**set****of**assumptions, whose accuracy we seek to improve.

26) Constructivism: A

**set****of**

**assumptions**about the nature

**of**human learning that guide constructivist learning theories and teaching methods.

27) But this type

**of**case-by-case "labeling" is very different than imposing a

**set****of**

**assumptions**ex ante using legislation.

#### How to use assumption in a sentence

28) These estimates use a very aggressive

**set****of**

**assumptions**for scaling, which should be sufficient for a large open domain.

29) Like a man changing horses in midstream, someone can pass over in seconds from one

**set****of**

**assumptions**to another.

30) A

**set****of**

**assumptions**may be challenged by an outsider, and at this moment these shared views come into focus.

31) And so, he was able to then get a snapshot based on, again, a certain

**set****of**assumptions.

32) In various ways then, underlying much

**of**the work

**of**these three writers is a

**set****of**

**assumptions**about the self.

33) Specifically, present defence thinking may be based on a too-narrow paradigm

**of**deterrence theory, and a

**set****of**

**assumptions**about the world that are at best highly questionable, at worst lunatic.

34) While families often share a

**set****of**

**assumptions**or a similar culture, MVS participants bring a wide variety

**of**backgrounds to their unit.

35) So, even though science, and the

**set****of**

**assumptions**that go with it, may not provide any ultimate answer, it is extremely useful in making life perceivably less painful at a very practical level.

36) Assumptions: The analysis

**of**the power system in Illinois in this study was based on a

**set****of**

**assumptions**and input data.

37) It would be an unjust and simplistic generalisation to claim that most conservation policies and official reactions to soil erosion followed a single

**set****of**assumptions.

38) In both features she is also seen to embody a wider

**set****of**

**assumptions**about Mexico itself; exotic, passionate, yet constantly struggling against pain and deceit.

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