Ch 7: NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Mathematical Logic

Refresh your knowledge of mathematical logic as you prepare to take the NES Academic Skills Subtest III Math assessment. Watch short video lessons then take self-assessment quizzes to gauge your comprehension of the lessons.

NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Mathematical Logic - Chapter Summary

This comprehensive overview of mathematical logic can help ensure you're ready to answer related questions on the NES Academic Skills Subtest III Math assessment. After watching the lessons in this chapter, you will be ready to:

• Explain critical thinking and logic in mathematics
• Describe how to solve math problems using algorithms
• Discuss inductive and deductive reasoning in math
• Understand mathematical terminology, concepts and notation

Subject matter experts offer a wealth of information to help you get reacquainted with the mathematical logic. You can access the videos anytime and watch them as frequently as desired to ensure you're learning at a pace that works for you.

NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Mathematical Logic Chapter Objectives

The NES Academic Skills Subtest III Math assessment is used to help entry-level educators secure licensure or certification in their states. The test is one of four Essential Academic Skills subtests and can be taken individually or combined with one, two or all of the subtests. It consists of 45 multiple-choice questions, is taken on computer and lasts one hour. A score of 220 is required to pass the assessment.

Topics covered in this mathematical logic chapter are found in the 0005 test competency of the exam, which ensures that you understand problem solving, reasoning and mathematical communication. To study for this subtest, you can not only watch the short video lessons in this chapter, but also take short quizzes and a chapter exam that reinforce concepts learned in the lessons. You can also access full video transcripts that give you the lessons in their written form.

4 Lessons in Chapter 7: NES Essential Academic Skills Math: Mathematical Logic
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