Mathematical ContentNature of Mathematics and Logical Thinking (CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) PaperII Mathematics): Questions 1  4 of 13
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Question number: 1
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Appeared in Year: 2012
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Student observed the following examples:
And concluded that
The above method of drawing conclusions is (Jan)
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Inductive 

b.  Analytical 

c.  Activity 

d.  Deductive 

Question number: 2
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Appeared in Year: 2015
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As per NCF 2005, the goal of mathematics teaching in school curriculum is that children learn “Important Mathematics”. Important Mathematics implies (Feb)
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Knowing mathematical procedures and algorithms. 

b.  Verifying geometrical theorems in Maths Lab. 

c.  Solving mathematical games and puzzles. 

d.  Understanding appropriate use of learnt mathematical techniques. 

Question number: 3
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Appeared in Year: 2015
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Learning mathematics at upper primary level is about (Feb)
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Learning lots of new formulae and algorithms. 

b.  Learning problem solving techniques only. 

c.  Remembering solutions or methods of various types of mathematical problems. 

d.  Gaining understanding of mathematical concepts and their applications in solving problems logically. 

Question number: 4
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The term, ‘Mathematical tools’ refers to
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Charts based on formulae and concepts, graph papers, dotted sheets, etc. 

b.  All types of materials including language, written symbols and meaningful instructions to establish their purpose 

c.  Calculators, rulers, tape measures, protractors, compass, etc. 

d.  Physical materials like geoboard and 3D models, cubic rods, etc. 
