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Ch 6: NES Math: Logic

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This chapter of our study guide looks at logic in mathematics, including truth tables, logical math connectors and logical equivalence. Prepare for this part of the NES Math test with our videos, quizzes and other aids for study.

NES Math: Logic - Chapter Summary

Use these lessons to refresh your understanding of logic and critical thinking as well as their role in mathematics. Get ready for NES Math questions on topics that include:

  • Critical thinking in math
  • Truth values, truth tables and propositions
  • Conjunctions and disjunctions
  • Conditional statements in mathematics
  • Logical equivalence

These lessons average about five minutes in length, and you can view them on a computer, smartphone or tablet as your schedule permits. Short quizzes that follow each lesson let you evaluate your knowledge, and they include links that allow you to jump to the part of the lesson that explains questions you answered incorrectly. You can use the Dashboard to keep track of your studies, and even contact the instructors through an 'ask-an-expert' message board.

NES Math: Logic Chapter Objectives

Passing the NES Math exam is one of the conditions for certification to teach math in several states. This test is administered by computer and consists entirely of multiple-choice questions that are divided into five content domains. Questions on logic are in the Mathematical Processes and Number Sense content domain, which accounts for 19% of the test's total scoring.

Taking our lesson quizzes and the Logic chapter exam allow you to assess your learning and determine where you need extra study. Our quizzes are in multiple-choice form, like the NES Math assessment, so completing them will give you a taste of what you'll encounter on test day.

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