The Effects of Emotional Intelligence on Students' Mathematical Problem Solving Ability

Sri Maryani, Ikrar Pramudya, Isnandar Slamet


This research aims to obtain information about the influence of emotional intelligence on the ability of students' mathematical problem-solving. This research was conducted at Junior High School State for class eight students. This research is a quantitative survey research with descriptive analysis method. The data obtained is data from the retrieval of the questionnaire then analyzed the results. The results showed that there was an influence of emotional intelligence on students' mathematical problem-solving abilities because the value t count 15.76 > t table 2.021 with a significant level of α = 5%.


Education; Problem Solving Ability; Emotional Intelligence

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