Logical Mathematical

The most easily understood cognitive faculty is logical/mathematical intelligence—the ability to mentally process logical problems and equations, the type most often found on multiple-choice standardized tests. Logical/mathematical intelligence often does not require verbal articulation. Individuals who have good logical/mathematical abilities are able to process logical questions at an unusually rapid rate.

Before the advent of the theory of multiple intelligences, logical/mathematical intelligence was considered a pseudonym for intelligence itself. Although the theory of multiple intelligences agrees that logical/mathematical intelligence is indeed a key section of the intellect, it is by no means the only one that should be developed.

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