# Ch 2: SBA Math - Grade 8: Logic & Mathematical Reasoning

Before students take the 8th grade SBA Math assessment, have them review logic and mathematical reasoning with our video lessons. This chapter covers conditional statements, truth tables, logical fallacies, problem solving and other concepts they may be asked about on the exam.

## SBA Math - Grade 8: Logic & Mathematical Reasoning - Chapter Summary

If your 8th grader needs to improve his or her logic and reasoning skills used to solve mathematical problems, look no further than this chapter's video lessons. After completing the lessons, students should be ready to do the following on the 8th grade SBA Math assessment:

• Define logic
• Create and interpret truth tables
• Distinguish between conjunctions and disjunctions
• Understand conditional statements
• Identify types of logical fallacies
• Differentiate between the types of mathematical reasoning
• List the steps in Polya's problem solving process
• Explain key math principles used in problem solving
• Solve problems using mathematical models
• Restate and solve word problems

With our lessons, students have access to entertaining videos, transcripts and self-assessment quizzes. Our professional instructors break down math concepts and guide them through each stage of solving sample problems. The videos also contain engaging graphics and realistic examples to boost their understanding of the material.

15 Lessons in Chapter 2: SBA Math - Grade 8: Logic & Mathematical Reasoning
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