What do you think is the difference between being smart and logical? Is there a difference?

So,there's different kinds of 'being smart'.There's school smart,street smart,and etc. I'm focusing mostly on school and street smart.Id like to know what others think.

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Animgame
Logical - Reasoning conducted or assessed according to strict principles of validity.

Smart - Having or showing a quick-witted intelligence.
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I_Am_A_Phoenix
To be smart is to know a large amount of information.
To be logical is to be able to use whatever information you do have to make good and beneficial decisions.
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KatnissHermioneTris
Yes smart is having knowledge and logical is being able to find the tiniest details most don't perceive
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neefflove
Smart is the measure of one's mental capacity. Logical is taking known information and coming to a conclusion that acts on facts rather then intuition. They are hard to compare because one is like a measuring unit almost and the other is kind of like an action.
I_Am_A_Phoenix
"Logical" is not a verb...
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I_Am_A_Phoenix
Yeah, I get that. It's just the way that you phrased it that threw me off.
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neefflove
I know it's not a verb. I wasn't saying it is literally an action. I was differentiating the two words in terms that make sense to me. To be logical you have to think logically (thinking logically is an action) where as with the term smart you can't really think smartly. Smart is something you are or are not. That's how I see the difference and explaining logic See More▼
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Rebel_Assasin
Smartness is how you much you know.
Logic is common sence
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