# What is a mathematical reasoning called?

Logic is one word for it

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### The regions of the parietal lobes that are involved in mathematical and spatial reasoning?

Association areas are involved in mathematical and spatial reasoning.

### What type of reasoning does a mathematical proof use?

Deductive reasoning In mathematics, a proof is a deductive argument for a mathematical statement. Deductive reasoning, unlike inductive reasoning, is a valid form of proof. It is, in fact, the way in which geometric proofs are written.

### What has the author Warren Hill written?

Warren Hill has written: 'Mathematical reasoning through verbal analysis' -- subject(s): Mathematics, Study and teaching, Reasoning, Problem solving, Mathematical analysis

### What is the name of the branch of math that has to do with reasoning and proof?

Mathematical logic and proof theory (a branch of mathematical logic) for proof

### Is there any mathematical reason for the numbering of a dart board?

-No there is no mathematical reasoning for the numbers on a dart boar, Its funny you asked that question really, becaus ei spend all my time spending countless hours playing darts and studying the ddart board, but i have never come across a mathematical reasoning for it. :)

### What are the regions of the parietal lobes that are involved in mathematical and spatial reasoning known as?

Association Areas..

### How do you spell caculated?

The correct spelling is calculated - to have determined by reasoning, logic, or mathematical methods.

### What has the author Boris Iglewicz written?

Boris Iglewicz has written: 'An introduction to mathematical reasoning' -- subject(s): Mathematics, Problems, exercises, Symbolic and mathematical Logic

### Is a mistake in reasoning is usually called a logic?

No. A mistake in reasoning is called a logical fallacy.

### What is mathematical modelling?

Creating an abstract system of equations which describes (and helps reasoning about) a real life system.

### Describe a conclusion reached from observations?

A "conjecture" is a conclusion reached simply from observations...this is a process known as "inductive reasoning". An example would be a weather forecast. The difference between "inductive reasoning" and "deductive reasoning" is that with deductive reasoning, the answer must "necessarily" follow from a set of premises. Inductive reasoning is the process by which you make a mathematical "hypothesis" given a set of observations

### What type of scientific reasoning relies on gathering and evaluating evidence?

Reasoning based on evidence in inductive reasoning, as opposed to reasoning based on logical argument, which is called deductive reasoning.

### If you conclude that the sign of the discriminant indicates the number of x-intercepts What type of reasoning are you using?

Mathematical logic.

### What has the author Theodore A Sundstrom written?

Theodore A. Sundstrom has written: 'Mathematical reasoning' -- subject- s -: Proof theory

### What has the author Lloyd Rosenberg written?

Lloyd Rosenberg has written: 'Statistical reasoning' -- subject(s): Mathematical statistics

### What is type of reasoning where conclusions are based on patterns you observe called?

inductive reasoning

### What has the author Peter Sedlmeier written?

Peter Sedlmeier has written: 'Improving statistical reasoning' -- subject(s): Mathematical statistics

### What is the definition of inductive reasoning?

Inductive reasoning is " reasoning in which the premises seek to supply strong evidence for (not absolute proof of) the truth of the conclusion. While the conclusion of a deductive argument is supposed to be certain, the truth of the conclusion of an inductive argument is supposed to be probable, based upon the evidence given.". This is the reasoning behind most for scientific and mathematical studies.

### What has the author Mateja Jamnik written?

Mateja Jamnik has written: 'Mathematical reasoning with diagrams' -- subject(s): Automatic theorem proving, Automatische bewijsvoering, Charts, diagrams, Charts, diagrams, etc, Logic, Symbolic and mathematical, Mathematics, Symbolic and mathematical Logic, Wiskunde

### What has the author Raad Al-Asady written?

Raad Al-Asady has written: 'Inheritance theory' -- subject(s): Artificial intelligence, Commonsense reasoning, Logic, Symbolic and mathematical, Symbolic and mathematical Logic

### Explaing or interpreting the things you observed based on reasoning from what you already know is called?

Inductive reasoning.

### What is a mathematical rule called?

A mathematical rule can be called many things including a theory. Proofs can prove this theory to be a rule.

### What is a diamond called in mathematical language?

It is actually mathematical TERMS but I'm sure the true answer for that is a rhombus.

### Is the scientific method based on conductive reasoning?

in solving scientific problems, a method of reasoning is used which begins in the generalization and is called as

### When you start from a given set of rules and conditions and determine what must be true you are using what type of reasoning?

This is called deductive reasoning.

### What has the author Charles E Cardwell written?

Charles E. Cardwell has written: 'Argument and inference' -- subject(s): Inference, Reasoning, Symbolic and mathematical Logic

### What is a mathematical statement that includes an equal sign?

A mathematical sentence that contains an equal sign is called an equation

### What is a mathematical statement that contains an equal sign?

A mathematical statement that contains an equal sign is called an equation.

### What is it called to find the value of a mathematical expression?

It is called "to evaluate" the expression.

### What is quantitative reasoning?

Hollins' Definition of Quantitative Reasoning Quantitative reasoning is the application of mathematical concepts and skills to solve real-world problems. In order to perform effectively as professionals and citizens, students must become competent in reading and using quantitative data, in understanding quantitative evidence and in applying basic quantitative skills to the solution of real-life problems.

### What is the name of a sentence that defines the value of the unknowns in a problem is called a?

A sentence which defines a value of variables in a mathematical problem is called a statement. The relationship between variables in a mathematical problem is called a function.

### What is non verbal reasoning?

Non Verbal Reasoning is an intentional cognitive process that does not occur automatically. Non Verbal Reasoning is also called Fluid Reasoning. It involves the use of deliberate and controlled mental operations to solve novel problems. Mental operations often include drawing inferences and forming concepts when language is not involved. These operations include spatial reasoning, abstract reasoning, numerical reasoning, and more.

### What are the differences between results and conclusions?

A conclusion is a decision reached through reasoning. A result usually thought of as the product of a mathematical process. So a result is on kind of conclusion.

### What is quantitative ability?

Quantitative ability is the ability to solve mathematical and numerical calculations. Quantitative ability includes graph analysis, arithmetic reasoning, and table and percentage analysis.

### What has the author J B Garfield written?

J. B. Garfield has written: 'Developing students' statistical reasoning' -- subject(s): Mathematical statistics, Study and teaching

### What type of argument starts from a more specific idea to reach a more general conclusion?

This is a type of reasoning called inductive reasoning, as opposed to deductive reasoning which applies a general idea to a specific circumstance.

### What is a mathematical sentence that contains an equal sign?

A mathematical sentence that contains an equals sign would be called an equation.

### What type of reasoning involves using many specific pieces of evidence to make generalizations?

inductive reasoning The type of reasoning that involves using specific pieces of evidence to make generalizations are called inductive reasons.

### A form of reasoning called is the process of forming general ideas and rules based on your experiences and observations?

A form of reasoning called _____________ is the process of forming general ideas and rules based on your experiences and observations induction