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Although it does not explicitely mention that "will" is used in present tense while "would" is used in past tense, you can clearly notice that in the given examples. A grammar book should confirm that.
The exception where will or would can be used interchangeably is in formal, polite requests.
Ex: Will/Would you be kind enough to open the door?
"Would" in this example conveys more politeness than "will" does _________________
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