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heuristic
/hjʊəˈrɪstɪk/
adjective
1.
enabling someone to discover or learn something for themselves.
“a ‘hands-on’ or interactive heuristic approach to learning”
2.
COMPUTING
proceeding to a solution by trial and error or by rules that are only loosely defined.
noun
a heuristic process or method.

What is heuristic in simple words?
A heuristic is a mental shortcut commonly used to simplify problems and avoid cognitive overload. Heuristics are part of how the human brain evolved and is wired, allowing individuals to quickly reach reasonable conclusions or solutions to complex problems.

HE-double-hockey-sticks

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“Hell” spelled out, referring to the fact that capital “L” looks like a hockey stick. Noun Edit. HE-double-hockey-sticks pl (plural only). (idiomatic

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