# Ch 1: MTTC Math (Secondary): Reasoning & Problem Solving

As you prepare for the MTTC Mathematics (Secondary) exam complete the activities of this chapter to increase your understanding of Euclid's axiomatic geometry, mathematical reasoning, mathematical logic and principles of problem solving.

## MTTC Math (Secondary): Reasoning & Problem Solving - Chapter Summary

Watch the lesson videos in this chapter to improve your understanding of the use of logic and critical thinking in mathematics when solving problems. These lessons are taught by expert instructors who are available to clarify any confusion you may have about any of the topics of these lessons so that you will be prepared for questions on the MTTC Mathematics (Secondary) test about:

• Inductive and deductive reasoning
• Geometric postulates and algebraic laws
• The significance of undefined terms of geometry
• Conjunctions, disjunctions and mathematical conditional statements
• Kinds of problem solving strategies
• Polya's four-step problem-solving process
• Using estimation to solve mathematical problems
• Solving math problems with technological and manipulative tools

Following these lessons be sure to complete the lesson assessments to confirm your understanding of the material and find any topics of the chapter that you could improve upon. You can use the video tags to locate any segments you want to reexamine after the quizzes. Alternatively, you could read over the lesson transcripts that present a written outline of the material.

14 Lessons in Chapter 1: MTTC Math (Secondary): Reasoning & Problem Solving
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