# Ch 21: Basic Mathematical Logic

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## Basic Mathematical Logic - Chapter Summary

This comprehensive overview of basic mathematical logic simplifies the process of understanding logical fallacies, conditional statements in math, logical math connectors and much more. Examine the basics of critical thinking, and grasp aspects of logical equivalence. Upon completion of this chapter, you will be ready to:

• Define critical thinking and logic as they relate to mathematics
• Discuss hasty generalizations, circular reasoning, appeals to ignorance and other logical fallacies
• Exhibit an understanding of propositions, truth values and truth tables
• Describe logical math connectors, including conjunctions and disjunctions
• Explain the meaning of conditional statements in math
• Demonstrate knowledge of logical equivalence

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7 Lessons in Chapter 21: Basic Mathematical Logic
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