The abilities that must be achieved in mathematics learning are 1) mathematical reasoning ( reasoning and proof), 2) mathematical representation (representation ), 3) mathematical communication (communication), 4) mathematical connections (connections), and 5) problem solving (problem-solving). Of the five standards, there are mathematical reasoning. One of the goals of mathematics learning in schools is so that students are able to use reasoning on patterns and traits, make mathematical manipulations in generalizing, compiling evidence, or explaining mathematical ideas and statements.

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