A logical (math smart) learner is usually someone who has exceptional reasoning and thinking skills.
This helps me in the future because it helps me get through many things in my life and school as well. An example of this is when I am in math class. I always perform well because I am exceptional in problem solving and handling problems.
People who are image smart tend to have jobs such as geographer, sculptor and inventor. This is because all these careers involve depicting images and giving ideas. For example, and inventor makes an sketch and other images from other items and gets a general idea of what to produce.
People who are math smart have jobs such as scientists and engineers. This is because scientists rely on logical thinking to carry out predictions in their experiments. Engineers also have to be math smart since they have to solve problems by analyzing many parts and catching small details.
In conclusion, I am a kinesthetic, visual and a logical learner. As a kinesthetic learner, I learn best by feeling things and hand on work. As a visual learner I learn by seeing images and discovering their meanings. As a logical learner I learn by problem solving and thinking outside the box.