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[Principle of Least Effort] - The behavior of humans follows the path of least resistance

[Principle of Least Effort] - The behavior of humans follows the path of least resistance [Principle of Least Effort] - The behavior of humans follows the path of least resistance
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Humans operate on the Principle of Least Effort: given several paths, we will pick the easiest. This one single primarily principle of any human actions, animal, or even an intelligent machine, whether it is in verbal communication or in searching for something, is the expenditure of the least amount of effort to accomplish a task.

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