# Mathematical Reasoning

## Keep scrolling down to find the Math GED Units of study! assessment_guide_for_educators_math.pdf

## Quantitative Reasoning: Number Sense and Relationships

• In what ways do we use math in everyday life?

• Why are mathematical rules necessary?

• How is mathematics used to quantify and compare situations and events?

Check out the video which has an in depth explanation of this unit planner! GED Math Recording.mp4 QR: Number Sense & Relationships Unit Planner

## Quantitative Reasoning: Two Dimensional Figures

• How is mathematics used to measure, model, and calculate change?

• What do effective problem solvers do when they get stuck?

• How does what we measure influence how we measure? QR: Two-Dimensional Figures Unit Planner

## Quantitative Reasoning: Three Dimensional Figures and Introduction to Stats

• How is space used?

• Can data lie?

• Is math reliable in predicting future events? QR: 3-D Figures and Intro to Stats Unit Planner

## Algebraic Reasoning: Expressions, Equations, and Polynomials

• How is mathematics used to measure, model, and calculate change?

• What are the patterns in the information we collect and how are they useful? AR: Expressions, Equations, and Polynomials Unit Planner

## Why is it helpful to represent the same idea in different ways?

• How is math a language?

• How can math be used to make decisions? AR: Linear Equations, Inequalities, and Quadratics Unit Planner

## Functions

• How is thinking algebraically different than thinking arithmetically?

• Why are models helpful in making sense of a problem?

• How can graphs help us to understand relationships? AR: Functions Unit Planner