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Logic Model

Definition:

A logic model is a representation of how an activity (such as a project, program, or policy) is intended to produce particular results, showing logical relationships among resources invested, activities, and benefits that result as a sequence of events.

Example of Logic Model:

The logic model is used as a tool in many agricultural business to evaluate the rationale behind the business itself. The logic model is a significant tool in the planning process, as it can reveal many hidden factors in a business.
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