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Logical-Mathematical Intelligence


Logical-Mathematical Intelligence is defined as having the following criteria:
  
an ability to understand numbers and logical concepts well,
an ability to perceive numerical and logical patterns,
possession of highly developed reasoning skills,
an understanding of abstract analysis and functions.
Physicists, computer programmers, and business executives, such as accountants, are examples of logical-mathematically intelligent people.
Albert Einstein and Bill Gates are famous examples of people with strengths in this intelligence.
 
 

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