# Ch 21: Logical Problem Solving in Mathematics

Get a better understanding of logical problem solving in mathematics using these short lessons. Multiple-choice quizzes and a practice exam can check your knowledge of this subject and ensure you're ready to succeed on a future test.

## Logical Problem Solving in Mathematics - Chapter Summary

If you are in need of a resource that can help you better understand logical problem solving in mathematics, you've reached the right place. Our lessons provide in-depth analyses of this subject by closely examining connective reasoning, the three-way principle, conditional statements and more. By the end of this chapter, you will be able to do the following:

• Describe logic and critical thinking in mathematics
• Discuss conditional statements in math
• Differentiate between inductive, deductive and connective reasoning
• Explain Polya's Four-Step Problem-Solving Process
• List and describe the mathematical principles for problem solving
• Define the three-way principle of mathematics
• Use estimation to solve math problems
• Solve problems using mathematical models

The lessons in this chapter are available as short videos that average about 8 minutes and feature clickable timelines you can use to skip to key topics. They are also accessible as full transcripts you can read online or print to review offline. With each lesson is a short quiz designed to check your knowledge of its contents. To get a comprehensive review of this chapter, be sure to take our practice exam.

9 Lessons in Chapter 21: Logical Problem Solving in Mathematics
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