# Ch 4: Numerical Reasoning

Let us help you develop logic and critical thinking skills as they apply to math. Through a series of video lessons and self-assessment tests, you can learn the cognitive processes you'll need to be prepared for a test covering numerical reasoning.

## Numerical Reasoning - Chapter Summary

Using this chapter's lessons will help you hone your mathematical reasoning skills. These videos explore areas including critical thinking, generalizations and math connectives, teaching you to analyze problems in order to reach logical conclusions. The video lessons will aid you in answering exam questions dealing with these topics:

• Logical math connectors: disjunctions and conjunctions
• Conditional statements
• Logical fallacies: hasty generalizations, false cause, limited choice and circular reasoning
• Logical fallacies: appeals to emotion, popularity or ignorance
• Logic and critical thinking in mathematics
• Propositions, truth tables and truth values
• Logical equivalence: converse, inverse, counterexample and contrapositive
• Argument validity
• Generalizations: appropriate, inappropriate and hidden assumptions

Instructors will lead you through each lesson, explaining the topics and showing you how to use your knowledge to prepare for your test. You'll learn different ways of thinking about these topics through the engaging video lessons. You can gauge your knowledge through the self-assessment exams that accompany each lesson.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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