(logical-mathematical intelligence) is
most often associated with what we call “scientific thinking.”
Logical-mathematical intelligence is activated in situations requiring
problem-solving or meeting a new challenge. This intelligence likewise
involves the capacity to recognize patterns, to work with abstract
symbols such as numbers and geometric shapes, and to discern
relationships and-or see connections between separate and distinct
pieces of information.
Professionals who use a lot of
logical-mathematical intelligence include computer technicians
and programmers, underwriters, accountants, statisticians, poll
takers, stock brokers, auditors, actuaries, purchasing agents,
bankers, accountants, professional debaters, math teachers,
attorneys, scientific researchers, arbitrators, underwriters,
medical professionals, data analysts, and logicians.