# Second Examination For M116-principles & Strategies In Teaching Mathematics

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• 1.

### Which of the following is NOT true?

• A.

Lesson plan should be in constant state of revision.

• B.

A good daily lesson plan ensures a better discussion.

• C.

Students should never see a teacher using a lesson plan.

• D.

All teachers regardless of their experience should have daily lesson plan.

C. Students should never see a teacher using a lesson plan.
Explanation
The correct answer is "Students should never see a teacher using a lesson plan." This statement is not true because it is beneficial for students to see their teacher using a lesson plan. It helps to provide structure and organization to the lesson, ensuring that the teacher covers all the necessary content and activities. Additionally, it sets a good example for students in terms of planning and preparation.

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• 2.

### In Music, Teacher 1 wants to teach the class how to play the piano in the Key of C. Which of the following should be his/her objective?

• A.

To play the piano in the key of C chords

• B.

To improve playing the piano in the key of C

• C.

To interpret property of chords of Key of C in the piano

• D.

To exhibit excellent playing of piano in the key of C

A. To play the piano in the key of C chords
Explanation
The objective of Teacher 1 should be to teach the class how to play the piano in the Key of C chords. This means that the students should be able to understand and play the chords that are specific to the Key of C on the piano.

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• 3.

### After reading and paraphrasing Robert Frost’s “Stopping by the Woods on Snowy Evening”, Teacher Jules asked the class to share any insight derived from the Poem. In which domain in Bloom’s taxonomy of objectives is the term paraphrase belongs?

• A.

Analyzing

• B.

Applying

• C.

Understanding

• D.

Evaluating

C. Understanding
Explanation
The term "paraphrase" belongs to the domain of Understanding in Bloom's taxonomy of objectives. This is because paraphrasing involves comprehending and interpreting the original text in order to express it in different words or phrases while retaining the same meaning. It requires a deep understanding of the content and the ability to rephrase it in one's own words.

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• 4.

### In Bloom's taxonomy of educational objectives, the domains are stated from lowest to highest level. Which of the following objectives belongs to the lowest level?

• A.

To identify the characters of the story.

• B.

To differentiate active from passive voice.

• C.

To give the available resources that could be recycled to useful things.

• D.

To explain the procedure in changing improper fraction to mixed number

A. To identify the characters of the story.
Explanation
The objective "To identify the characters of the story" belongs to the lowest level in Bloom's taxonomy because it involves basic recall and recognition of information. It requires the learner to simply identify and name the characters in a story, which is a foundational level of understanding. The other objectives involve higher levels of cognitive skills such as differentiating, giving, and explaining, which require more complex thinking and understanding.

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• 5.

### Princess wishes to write a lesson plan. Which question should she ask herself first?

• A.

What materials will I need?

• B.

How will I get things started?

• C.

What do I want to accomplish?

• D.

What exercises will I give my students?

C. What do I want to accomplish?
Explanation
The question "What do I want to accomplish?" should be the first question Princess asks herself when writing a lesson plan because it sets the overall goal and objective for the lesson. By determining what she wants to achieve, Princess can then structure the rest of her plan, including selecting appropriate materials, deciding how to get things started, and choosing relevant exercises for her students. This question helps Princess focus on the desired outcome and ensures that her lesson plan is purposeful and aligned with her teaching objectives.

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• 6.

### Which of the following is a divergent question?

• A.

How is water purified?

• B.

What are the parts of a sentence?

• C.

What is the most populated country in Asia?

• D.

What is the formula in getting the weight of an object?

A. How is water purified?
Explanation
A divergent question is one that encourages open-ended thinking, creativity, and multiple possible answers. "How is water purified?" is a divergent question because there are various methods and processes for purifying water, such as filtration, distillation, and chlorination, among others. This question allows for different perspectives and approaches to be explored, making it divergent in nature.

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• 7.

### These refer to the skills beyond recall and comprehension.

• A.

Convergent thinking

• B.

Divergent thinking

• C.

Manipulative skills

• D.

Thinking Skills

D. Thinking Skills
Explanation
The given options, convergent thinking and divergent thinking, refer to different types of thinking processes. Manipulative skills, on the other hand, refer to physical abilities. The only option that encompasses the skills beyond recall and comprehension is thinking skills. Thinking skills involve higher-order cognitive processes such as analysis, synthesis, evaluation, and problem-solving. These skills go beyond simply recalling and comprehending information and require the ability to think critically and creatively.

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• 8.

### Divergent thinking includes the following except.

• A.

Flexible

• B.

Original

• C.

Elaborative

• D.

Creative

D. Creative
Explanation
Divergent thinking involves generating multiple unique ideas or solutions to a problem. It requires flexibility in thinking, being able to think outside the box, and being able to elaborate on ideas. However, creativity is not listed as one of the aspects of divergent thinking. This suggests that creative thinking may not be a necessary component of divergent thinking, or it may be considered a separate concept altogether.

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• 9.

### This refers to the ability to keep trying to find an answer and to see a task through completion.

• A.

Awareness

• B.

Perseverance

• C.

Curiosity

• D.

Fluency

B. Perseverance
Explanation
Perseverance refers to the ability to keep trying to find an answer and to see a task through completion. It involves persistence, determination, and not giving up easily. It is the quality of continuing to work towards a goal despite obstacles or setbacks. Perseverance is essential in overcoming challenges and achieving success in various aspects of life. It requires a strong will and the ability to stay focused and motivated even in difficult situations.

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• 10.

### Critical thinking comes in a varied forms except

• A.

Verbal reasoning

• B.

Decision making

• C.

Heuristic algorithm

• D.

Argument analysis

C. Heuristic algorithm
Explanation
Heuristic algorithm is the correct answer because critical thinking involves analyzing and evaluating information, making logical decisions, and understanding and evaluating arguments. Verbal reasoning, decision making, and argument analysis are all examples of different forms of critical thinking. However, heuristic algorithm does not fit into the context of critical thinking as it is a problem-solving approach that uses shortcuts or rules of thumb to find solutions quickly, rather than engaging in deep analysis and evaluation.

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• 11.

### For accountability of learning, lesson objectives must be in SMART form; “R“ means?

• A.

Relate

• B.

Relevant

• C.

Reconstruct

• D.

Real

B. Relevant
Explanation
The correct answer is "Relevant". In the context of SMART objectives, the "R" stands for ensuring that the objectives are relevant. This means that the objectives should be directly related to the desired learning outcomes and should align with the overall goals and objectives of the lesson. By ensuring that the objectives are relevant, it helps to focus the learning and ensure that it is meaningful and applicable to the learners.

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• 12.

### The objective which states that “Share the different culture, norms and traditions of a Filipino”, is under what category of an Affective Domain?

• A.

Responding

• B.

Characterization

• C.

Valuing

• D.

Organization

C. Valuing
Explanation
The objective of sharing different cultures, norms, and traditions of a Filipino falls under the category of Valuing in the Affective Domain. This category focuses on the internalization of values, beliefs, and attitudes. By sharing their culture, norms, and traditions, individuals are able to appreciate and value the diversity and richness of Filipino culture.

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• 13.

### In what particular category of a Psychomotor Domain in which skills are well developed and the individual can modify movement patterns to fit special requirements.

• A.

Set

• B.

• C.

Origination

• D.

Perception

Explanation
Adaptation refers to the ability to modify movement patterns to fit special requirements. In this particular category of the Psychomotor Domain, individuals have well-developed skills and can adjust their movements based on specific needs or circumstances. This involves being able to adapt and change one's movements in order to successfully complete tasks or achieve desired outcomes.

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• 14.

### The first guiding principles in determining and formulating learning objectives is to ____.

• A.

Share lesson objectives with students.

• B.

Begin with the end in mind.

• C.

Work on significant and relevant lesson objectives

• D.

Aim at the development of creative and critical thinking

B. Begin with the end in mind.
Explanation
The first guiding principle in determining and formulating learning objectives is to "Begin with the end in mind." This means that educators should have a clear understanding of the desired outcome or goal of the lesson before designing the objectives. By starting with the end in mind, educators can ensure that the objectives align with the overall purpose of the lesson and help students achieve the intended learning outcomes. This approach allows for a more focused and effective instructional design process.

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• 15.

### Teacher Mark choose a topic which is Polya’s 4 - Steps in Problem Solving, what would be his particular objective under remembering?

• A.

Solve age problem using Polya’s 4 - Steps in Problem Solving.

• B.

Lists down the steps in Polya’s Problem Solving.

• C.

Explain each steps in Polya’s Problem Solving

• D.

Perform the algorithm in Polya’s Problem Solving.

B. Lists down the steps in Polya’s Problem Solving.
Explanation
The particular objective of Teacher Mark under remembering would be to list down the steps in Polya's Problem Solving. This objective focuses on recalling and being able to accurately state the steps involved in Polya's Problem Solving method.

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• 16.

### Teacher Christian always taught his students which corresponds to their needs and interest which brought to a meaningful learning, what qualities in the selection and organization of content is being applied?

• A.

Self-sufficiency

• B.

Feasibility

• C.

Utility

• D.

Significance

D. Significance
Explanation
The qualities being applied in the selection and organization of content are significance. Teacher Christian is teaching his students based on their needs and interests, which leads to meaningful learning. This implies that the content being selected and organized is significant and relevant to the students' lives, making it more likely to engage them and promote effective learning.

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• 17.

### Mr. Ray Daquio Jr. is a Social Science teacher, he teaches the content that he ought to teach according to the national standards explicit in the K to 12 Curriculum, he exhibit what type of qualities in the selection and organization of content?

• A.

Interest

• B.

Balance

• C.

Validity

• D.

Utility

C. Validity
Explanation
Mr. Ray Daquio Jr. exhibits the quality of validity in the selection and organization of content. Validity refers to the extent to which the content aligns with the national standards explicit in the K to 12 Curriculum. It means that Mr. Daquio Jr. ensures that the content he teaches is accurate, reliable, and relevant to the subject matter. He follows the guidelines and standards set by the curriculum, ensuring that the content is valid and appropriate for his students.

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• 18.

### The cognitive content according to Ormrod, 2020 includes some of the following.

• A.

Theories and laws

• B.

Interest & utility

• C.

Love & respect

• D.

Specific & measurable

A. Theories and laws
Explanation
The cognitive content according to Ormrod, 2020 includes theories and laws. This means that when discussing cognitive processes and mental activities, it is important to consider the various theories and laws that have been developed in the field. Theories provide explanations and frameworks for understanding how the mind works, while laws describe the principles and rules that govern cognitive processes. By studying and understanding these theories and laws, researchers and psychologists can gain insights into how the mind processes information, makes decisions, and learns.

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• 19.

### It is under thinking skills in which it uses analogic thinking for example: “The learner’s mind is a “blank slate”.

• A.

Critical thinking

• B.

Convergent thinking

• C.

Metaphoric thinking

• D.

Divergent thinking

C. Metaphoric thinking
Explanation
Metaphoric thinking refers to the ability to make connections and find similarities between different concepts or ideas. It involves using metaphors to understand and explain complex concepts. In the given example, the statement "The learner's mind is a 'blank slate'" is a metaphorical representation of the idea that the mind is empty and ready to be filled with knowledge. This demonstrates the use of metaphoric thinking to convey a concept in a creative and imaginative way.

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• 20.

### In what domain of learning concerned with the formulation of values and attitudes?

• A.

Psychomotor

• B.

Cognitive

• C.

Tactile

• D.

Affective

D. Affective
Explanation
The domain of learning concerned with the formulation of values and attitudes is the affective domain. This domain focuses on emotions, attitudes, and values, and involves the development of a person's beliefs, feelings, and opinions. It encompasses the ability to internalize values and act upon them, as well as the awareness and understanding of one's own emotions and the emotions of others.

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• 21.

### This is characterized by a variety of thoughts in the kinds of ideas generated, what type of divergent thinking is being define?

• A.

Flexible

• B.

Original

• C.

Elaborative

• D.

Fluent

A. Flexible
Explanation
Flexible thinking refers to the ability to generate a wide range of diverse and varied ideas. It involves being open-minded, adaptable, and willing to consider different perspectives and possibilities. In the context of the question, the variety of thoughts and ideas being generated suggests that the type of divergent thinking being defined is flexible.

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• 22.

### Which of the following are the problem solving technique According or Ormrod (2000)?                                                  I. Distinguish information needed                                                 II. Break large problems into well-defined ones                                                 III. Identify techniques to find needed information                                                 IV. Providing opportunities for experimentation

• A.

I,II,IV

• B.

II & III

• C.

I, II, III

• D.

I,II, III, & IV

C. I, II, III
Explanation
According to Ormrod (2000), problem-solving techniques include distinguishing information needed, breaking large problems into well-defined ones, and identifying techniques to find needed information. Therefore, the correct answer is I, II, III.

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• 23.

### Another qualities in the selection and organization of content in which it focuses on the content which fully covers what is essentials and learning content is not “mile-wide-and-inch-deep”.

• A.

Significance

• B.

Self-sufficiency

• C.

Interest

• D.

Balance

B. Self-sufficiency
Explanation
The correct answer is self-sufficiency. This means that the content focuses on providing all the necessary information and knowledge without relying on external sources or additional materials. It ensures that learners have all the essential information they need to understand the topic fully.

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• 24.

### The following are some of the specific strategies that can help you develop conceptual understanding in your students except?

• A.

Explain how new ideas relate to students own experiences.

• B.

Using authentic activities

• C.

Presenting the ideas of others

• D.

Promoting dialogue

C. Presenting the ideas of others
Explanation
Presenting the ideas of others is not a strategy that can help develop conceptual understanding in students. This is because relying solely on presenting the ideas of others does not actively engage students in the learning process. It is important for students to connect new ideas to their own experiences, engage in authentic activities, and participate in dialogue in order to deepen their understanding of concepts.

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• 25.

### Ms. Anthonette has the ability to look things from several different perspectives or view points, what creative thinking does she develop?

• A.

Flexibility

• B.

Awareness

• C.

Imagination

• D.

Elaboration

A. Flexibility
Explanation
Ms. Anthonette's ability to look at things from multiple perspectives or viewpoints indicates that she has developed flexibility in her creative thinking. Flexibility allows her to consider different angles, possibilities, and solutions, enabling her to approach problems or situations with an open mind and adapt her thinking accordingly. This skill is crucial for generating innovative ideas and finding unique solutions to challenges.

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• 26.

### Behavioral terms like reconstruct, generate, design, devise is under what categories of cognitive domain?

• A.

Evaluating

• B.

Analyzing

• C.

Applying

• D.

Creating

D. Creating
Explanation
The behavioral terms like reconstruct, generate, design, and devise involve the ability to create something new or original. These terms require the individual to use their knowledge and skills to come up with a unique solution or idea. This falls under the category of creating in the cognitive domain, as it involves the highest level of thinking and creativity.

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• 27.

### Teacher Kyle teaches not only facts but also the concepts and its values, what qualities in the selection and organization of content does he adhere to?

• A.

Feasibility

• B.

Validity

• C.

Balance

• D.

Self-sufficiency

C. Balance
Explanation
Teacher Kyle adheres to the quality of balance in the selection and organization of content. This means that he ensures a fair and equal representation of both facts and concepts, as well as their values. He does not focus solely on one aspect but strives to provide a well-rounded education by presenting a balanced mix of information and ideas. This approach helps students develop a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter and fosters critical thinking skills.

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• 28.

### According to Dave (1975) on his version on Psychomotor Domain the highest category is the ___.

• A.

Characterization

• B.

Precision

• C.

Naturalization

• D.

Origination

C. Naturalization
Explanation
According to Dave (1975) on his version of the Psychomotor Domain, the highest category is "Naturalization."

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• 29.

### In Bloom's Revised Taxonomy they are not only improved the usability of it by using action words, but added a cognitive and knowledge matrix that includes:

• A.

Factual, conceptual, procedural

• B.

Cognitive, affective, psychomotor

• C.

Interest, utility, balance

• D.

Factual, procedural, metacognitive

A. Factual, conceptual, procedural
Explanation
Bloom's Revised Taxonomy includes a cognitive and knowledge matrix that categorizes learning objectives into three domains: factual, conceptual, and procedural. Factual knowledge refers to the basic information and facts that need to be understood. Conceptual knowledge involves understanding the relationships and connections between different concepts. Procedural knowledge focuses on the ability to apply and execute processes or procedures. These three categories provide a comprehensive framework for classifying learning objectives and promoting a deeper understanding of the subject matter.

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• 30.

### Maye was able to perform and memorize the steps in Tinikling dance after viewing the video. What categories of psychomotor does she exhibits?

• A.

Articulation

• B.

Manipulation

• C.

Naturalization

• D.

Precision

B. Manipulation
Explanation
Maye exhibits the category of psychomotor called manipulation. This is because she is able to perform and memorize the steps of the Tinikling dance after viewing the video, which involves physical coordination and dexterity in manipulating her body movements to match the dance steps.

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• 31.

### According to Simpson, the lowest category under psychomotor domain is ____.

• A.

Origination

• B.

Set

• C.

• D.

Perception

D. Perception
Explanation
According to Simpson's psychomotor domain, the lowest category is perception. This category involves the ability to use sensory cues to guide motor activity and is the foundation for all other psychomotor skills. Perception includes recognizing, identifying, and interpreting stimuli, which is a fundamental step in the development of more complex motor skills.

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• 32.

### Anderson and Krathwohl visited the Blooms Cognitive Domain and one of its revisions is the ____.

• A.

Changing from noun to verb forms

• B.

Emphasizing conceptual understanding

• C.

Presenting an ideas in a meaningful way

• D.

Explore each topic in depth

A. Changing from noun to verb forms
Explanation
Anderson and Krathwohl visited the Blooms Cognitive Domain and one of its revisions is changing from noun to verb forms. This means that instead of focusing on static knowledge and facts (nouns), the emphasis is on the application and action (verbs) of that knowledge. This shift encourages active learning and critical thinking, as students are required to demonstrate their understanding by applying concepts and solving problems rather than simply memorizing information.

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• 33.

### Teacher Amy considers the cultural and ethnic background of her students, what qualities in selection and organization of content does she employs?

• A.

Significance

• B.

Interest

• C.

Utility

• D.

Feasibility

B. Interest
Explanation
Teacher Amy considers the cultural and ethnic background of her students in order to select and organize content that will be interesting to them. By taking their cultural and ethnic backgrounds into account, she can choose materials and topics that are relevant and relatable to her students, increasing their engagement and motivation to learn. This approach ensures that the content is meaningful and interesting to the students, enhancing their learning experience.

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• 34.

### Who is the proponent of the Cognitive Domains of learning?

• A.

Anita Harlow

• B.

David Krathwohl

• C.

Benjamin Bloom

• D.

Dave Simpson

C. Benjamin Bloom
Explanation
Benjamin Bloom is the proponent of the Cognitive Domains of learning. He developed a taxonomy of educational objectives known as Bloom's Taxonomy, which classifies learning objectives into different cognitive domains. This taxonomy has been widely used in education to guide curriculum development and assessment.

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• 35.

### In the old Blooms Taxonomy of Objectives the Highest Category under Cognitive Domain is?

• A.

Synthesis

• B.

Creating

• C.

Evaluation

• D.

Applying

C. Evaluation
Explanation
In the old Blooms Taxonomy of Objectives, the highest category under the Cognitive Domain is Evaluation. This category involves the ability to make judgments, assess information, and critically analyze ideas or concepts. It goes beyond simply understanding or applying knowledge and requires individuals to make informed decisions based on their understanding.

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• 36.

### Jerald assembles the dismantled parts of a new toy by following the instructions. What type of problem solving skills does he employ?

• A.

Heuristic

• B.

algorithm

• C.

Fluent

• D.

Flexible

B.  algorithm
Explanation
Jerald employs algorithmic problem-solving skills. An algorithm is a step-by-step procedure or set of rules to solve a problem. In this case, Jerald is following instructions to assemble the toy, which implies that he is using a predefined sequence of steps to complete the task. Heuristic problem-solving skills involve using general rules or strategies to find solutions, while fluent problem-solving skills refer to the ability to quickly and easily solve problems. Flexible problem-solving skills involve adapting or adjusting strategies as needed. However, in this scenario, Jerald is specifically following a set of instructions, indicating the use of an algorithm.

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• 37.

### When there is no algorithm for solving a problem, we use ____ for general problem-solving strategy for a solution.

• A.

Heuristic

• B.

Algorithm

• C.

Fluent

• D.

Flexible

A. Heuristic
Explanation
When there is no algorithm for solving a problem, we use a heuristic for a general problem-solving strategy for a solution. A heuristic is a mental shortcut or rule of thumb that helps us make decisions or solve problems efficiently, even if it does not guarantee an optimal solution. It is a flexible approach that allows us to make educated guesses or approximations based on past experiences or available information.

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• 38.

### This is under critical thinking, when we weigh the pros and cons of each proposed alternative approach.

• A.

Hypothesis testing

• B.

Argument analysis

• C.

Decision making

• D.

Verbal reasoning

C. Decision making
Explanation
The given correct answer is "Decision making" because when we weigh the pros and cons of each proposed alternative approach, we are engaging in the process of making a decision. Hypothesis testing involves testing a specific hypothesis or prediction, argument analysis involves evaluating the logic and reasoning behind an argument, and verbal reasoning involves understanding and analyzing written or spoken information. However, only decision making encompasses the act of weighing different options and choosing the best course of action.

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• 39.

### What variety of critical thinking is being described when you discriminate between reasons that do and do not support a particular conclusion?

• A.

Hypothesis testing

• B.

Argument analysis

• C.

Decision making

• D.

Verbal reasoning

B. Argument analysis
Explanation
Argument analysis is the variety of critical thinking being described when you discriminate between reasons that do and do not support a particular conclusion. This involves carefully examining the premises and evidence presented in an argument to evaluate their validity and relevance in supporting the conclusion. It requires the ability to identify logical fallacies, assess the strength of the reasoning, and differentiate between strong and weak arguments. By engaging in argument analysis, one can effectively evaluate the soundness of an argument and make informed judgments.

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• 40.

### Maggy has an ability to notice the attributes of things in the environment so as to build a knowledge base that is the beginning of all other forms, what creative thinking behavior does she exhibit?

• A.

Curiosity

• B.

imagination

• C.

Elaboration

• D.

Awareness

D. Awareness
Explanation
Maggy exhibits the creative thinking behavior of awareness. This is because she has the ability to notice the attributes of things in the environment and build a knowledge base from it. Awareness involves being attentive and observant, which allows individuals to gather information and understand their surroundings. Maggy's ability to notice and understand the attributes of things demonstrates her awareness of the environment, making it the correct answer.

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