Deduction is a form of argument that intent to be conclusive. The conclusion must necessarily follow from the reasons given.
A deduction is valid if it is not possible for the conclusion to be false if the premises are true.
In Induction, there is no such strength of relationship between reasons and conclusions.
In Induction, we draw a conclusion from one or more particular facts or pieces of evidence. The conclusion explains the facts, and the facts support the conclusion.