 # CTET Mathematics Pedagogy New Mock test-1 for Better Result

CTET Mathematics Pedagogy New Mock test-1 for Better Result – Nature of Mathematics CTET Mathematics Pedagogy  -Logical Thinking  Meaning of Mathematics CTET Mathematics Pedagogy  – The term ‘Mathematics’ has been interpreted and explained “in various ways. This is due to our empirical knowledge and various types of experiences. But ultimately all types of explanations conclusively end at some kind of relationship with number and space. Thus, mathematics deals with quantitative facts and relationships as well as with problems involving space and form.

## CTET Mathematics Pedagogy  Practice Test

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It enables man to study various phenomena in space and establish different types of relationships between them. It also deals with the relationship between magnitudes of quantitative and qualitative facts.

Therefore it may be concluded that mathematics is the enumerative and calculative part of human life and knowledge the person to be given for an exact interpretation. According to New English Dictionary, “Mathematics, in a  strict sense is the abstract science that investigates  deductively the conclusions implicit in the elementary  conceptions of spatial and numerical relations.”

According to Webster’s Dictionary, “Mathematics is the science of numbers and their operations, interrelations, combinations, generalizations and abstractions and of space configuration and their structure, measurement,  transformations and generalizations.”

In the words of Locke, “Mathematics is a way to settle in the mind a habit of reasoning.

According to Roger Bacon, “Mathematics is the gate and key of the sciences…. Neglection of mathematics work cause injury to all knowledge, science who is ignorant of it cannot know the other sciences or the things of the world. And what  is worse, men who are thus ignorant are unable to perceive their own ignorance and so do not seek a remedy.”

On the basis of the above definitions, we can say or conclude

that-

(A) Mathematics is the science of magnitude and numbers.

(B) Mathematics is the science of quantity and space.

(C) Mathematics is the important means of generalisation.

(D) Mathematics is an applied science for the expression of other sciences.

(E) Mathematics is the method of progress of various subjects.

(F) Mathematics is the means to draw conclusion and judgement.