Deductive reasoning: like a detective, start with clues and end up with a conclusion.
Inductive reasoning: use a specific conclusion to draw broader conclusions. It is sunny outside, therefore I don’t need an umbrella. It is sunny ouside, therefore I don’t need a sweatshirt. It is sunny, so I need sunglasses.
Deductive equivalent: I don’t need an umbrella, I don’t need a sweatshirt, I do need my sunglasses - it must be sunny.