This intelligence uses numbers, math, and logic to find and
understand the various patterns that occur in our lives: thought patterns,
number patterns, visual patterns, color patters, and so on. It begins with
concrete patterns in the real world but gets increasingly abstract as we
try to understand relationships of the patterns we have seen.
If you happen to be a logical-mathematically inclined person you tend to
think more conceptually and abstractly and are often able to see patterns
and relationships that others miss. You probably like to conduct
experiments, to solve puzzles and other problems, to ask cosmic questions,
and analyze circumstances and people’s behavior. You most likely enjoy
working with numbers and mathematical formulas and operations, and you
love the challenge of a complex problem to solve. You are probably
systematic and organized, and you likely always have a logical rationale
or argument for what you are doing or thinking at any given time.