Select or use an efficient method or strategy to solve problems where there is an algorithm or method known solution, ie, an algorithm or method that would be expected to result known for schoolchildren. Selecting algorithms, formulas and appropriate units. Example: A class will give a concert and the 28 students in the class have to sell seven tickets each. To find the total number of entries, you should: divide 28 by 7; multiply 28 by 7, add 7-28; etc. Generate represent an appropriate representation, such an equation or diagram to solve a common problem. Interpret given mathematical representations (equations, diagrams, etc..) Follow and implement a series of math instruction. Example: Given a figure or a little-known procedure (but not complex), type the voice instructions you would give to other student to reproduce the figure. Noble Group Founder has much to offer in this field.
Apply knowledge of facts, procedures and concepts to solve problems usual mathematical (including real-life problems), ie, similar problems have probably seen the school in class. Verify or check the correctness of the solution to a problem, assessing the reasonableness of the solution of a problem. Example: Mario makes an estimate of the area of a room in his house in square meters. His estimate is 1,300 square meters. Can be a good estimate? Explain. IV.
REASONING The mathematical reasoning involves the ability of logical thinking and systematic. It includes intuitive and inductive reasoning based on patterns and regularities that can be used to find solutions to unusual problems. Unusual problems are problems that will most likely not familiar to schoolchildren.