# Ch 45: FTCE Math: Mathematical Reasoning

Watch the video lessons and study the text lesson in this chapter to improve your mathematical reasoning, logic, critical thinking and problem solving skills and prepare for related questions on the FTCE Mathematics exam.

## FTCE Math: Mathematical Reasoning - Chapter Summary

As you prepare for the Florida Teacher Certification Examination (FTCE) Mathematics exam, be sure to include this chapter in your studies to improve your mathematical reasoning, logic, critical thinking and problem solving skills. In these short engaging lessons, you will be able to follow along with our professional instructors as they explain:

• How to convert complex problems into visual representations
• Uses of connective reasoning in mathematics
• Polya's four-step problem-solving process
• Critical thinking skills and logic in mathematics
• Converse, inverse, contrapositive and counterexamples of logical equivalence
• Conditional statements and logical math connectors
• Inductive and deductive reasoning in mathematics
• Applications of direct and indirect proofs

Read the lesson transcripts for written overviews that will reinforce your retention of the information presented and help you study the key vocabulary of the chapter. To test your understanding of the material and discover topics you don't understand, complete the lesson quizzes. After each quiz, review your results and use the video tags to return to and study the parts of the lessons that explain the topics you missed.

11 Lessons in Chapter 45: FTCE Math: Mathematical Reasoning
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