Numerical Reasoning

  • Logical connectives and quantifiers: interpret statements that use logical connectives (and, if-then) as well as quantifiers (some, all, none). 
  • Validity of arguments: use deductive reasoning to determine whether an argument (a series of statements leading to a conclusion) is valid or invalid. 
  • Generalization: identify an appropriate generalization, an example that disproves an inappropriate generalization, or a hidden assumption. 
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