# Ch 6: GACE Math: Logic

Get an understanding of how logic is applied in mathematical equations. You can utilize these short video lessons and quizzes to develop strategies for solving logical problems that may appear on the GACE Math examination.

## GACE Math: Logic - Chapter Summary

The Georgia Assessments for the Certification of Educators (GACE) Math test readies educators to teach math for 6-12 graders in Georgia public schools. The lessons in this chapter provide a basic definition of logic, highlight ways to use logic in math and explain its components. Use the video lessons on the following topics to get ready for exam questions:

• Logic and critical thinking
• Truth values/tables and propositions
• Disjunctions and conjunctions in logical math
• Mathematical conditional statements
• Inverse, converse, counterexample and contrapositive

Instructors explain logic in great detail through examples and simple terminology. The short video lessons help you think critically about a math problem and determine whether it's true or false.

### Objectives of the GACE Math: Logic Chapter

To get ready for teacher certification in Georgia, you'll need to complete the mathematics assessment test to assess your knowledge and skill level. The GACE Math exam is made up of two 2-hour tests, each with 45 questions.

Topics related to logic can be found in test one's subarea on discrete mathematics and calculus. You'll need a concrete understanding of logic symbols and fundamental terminology. You may also be asked about how logic is used to assess truth and equivalence of statements and identify properties of quantifiers.

To feel more confidently on the exam, use the lesson's self-assessment quizzes so you can review material that you were unsure of and confirm your areas of strength.

5 Lessons in Chapter 6: GACE Math: Logic
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Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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