# Ch 1: CEOE Advanced Math: Mathematical Reasoning & Ideas

Explore comprehensive video lessons to brush up on your knowledge of mathematical reasoning and ideas. Get reacquainted with critical thinking, algebraic laws, logical math connectors and more as you study for the CEOE Advanced Math assessment.

## CEOE Advanced Math: Mathematical Reasoning & Ideas - Chapter Summary

This chapter can simplify the process of preparing for the CEOE assessment by giving you access to key mathematical reasoning and ideas concepts you'll see on the exam. By watching the video lessons, you'll be able to:

• Discuss inductive and deductive reasoning in mathematics
• Describe critical thinking and logic in math, as well as properties and postulates of geometric figures
• Explain algebraic figures and geometric postulates, as well as logical math connectors
• Provide details about the undefined terms of geometry, along with conditional statements in math
• Solve visualizing geometry problems, and identify types of problems and problem-solving strategies
• Examine mathematic principles for problem solving, and examine Polya's four-step problem-solving process
• Use manipulative and technological tools to solve math problems, and translate words into math symbols

When studying for a certification test, you typically have to worry about identifying and compiling the appropriate materials to review. This chapter does the hard work for you, allowing you to relax and watch engaging lessons presented by quality instructors.

### CEOE Advanced Math: Mathematical Reasoning & Ideas Chapter Objectives

A primary objective of this chapter is to prepare you to answer mathematical reasoning and ideas questions on the CEOE Advanced Math assessment. In addition to reviewing the lessons in their video and transcript formats, you can ask questions about lesson topics to our experts. Self-assessment quizzes are also available with the lessons to gauge your comprehension of the materials.

Educators are required to take the assessment to secure the certification they need to teach advanced math in Oklahoma classrooms. The computer-based test is divided into five subareas and consists of 80 selected-response questions and 1 constructed-response assignment. Topics covered in this chapter are found in the mathematical processes and number sense subarea, which constitutes about 18% of the total test. Success in this subarea improves your chances of passing the entire test with a minimum score of 240.

12 Lessons in Chapter 1: CEOE Advanced Math: Mathematical Reasoning & Ideas
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