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Dabble by Hugh Wicklelatch - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 08:41:37 EST ID:6dRMI9a4 No.15425 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I have hardly a basis for math and forgot most of it anyway.
I'd like to get my math level a bit up, it seems like fun now

How do i start?
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Fanny Dommlestock - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 09:13:09 EST ID:1If8Lhdp No.15426 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Get a textbook, read it, and do the exercises. You can also do online courses. Even though it's not arithmetic I would recommend doing a basic logic textbook since it's fun and important for mathematical reasoning. Math is some kind of meta-language, so you will advance faster if you have people you can talk to about it. In person is probably better than online, but even that is great. You can check out mathexchange or just post whatever you're thinking about on here.
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Molly Mommerbury - Wed, 11 Apr 2018 14:09:43 EST ID:81ybSDIP No.15642 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>15426
I agree. When you're outside of the forced, structured regiment of school you may find yourself slip A LOT. If you don't commit to a routine, a schedule, you'll be that guy who reads and does math for 2 days, takes a break, and forgets all the shit he just toiled over to learn. STAY COMMITED, BE HONEST WITH AND STUDY YOUR WEAKNESSES AND MISTAKES.
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Molly Mommerbury - Wed, 11 Apr 2018 14:14:30 EST ID:81ybSDIP No.15643 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>15425
I agree. When you're outside of the forced, structured regiment of school you may find yourself slip A LOT. If you don't commit to a routine, a schedule, you'll be that guy who reads and does math for 2 days, takes a break, and forgets all the shit he just toiled over to learn. STAY COMMITED, BE HONEST WITH AND STUDY YOUR WEAKNESSES AND MISTAKES.
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Isabella Singerhidge - Thu, 19 Apr 2018 16:12:23 EST ID:aQB82KvS No.15644 Ignore Report Quick Reply
are you good with geometry? thats pretty foundational to higher math. trigonometry specifically is like, the bridge to a bunch of crazy shit


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