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whats is the best way to study for maths classes ? thanks

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The best way to study for math classes is to : \(practice\) more and more questions.. Stay focused .
Ask questions in maths group if you have any problem in that..
The best way? Well, you should not always think high-school-ically. Why? High-schoolers are taught Mathematics through the wrong way. They are taught techniques related to their topic, and they miss out the important part: What Mathematics is. Mathematics, in its own way, is the science of patterns where everything is theoretical and which involves interesting theorems. [1] People should learn to think mathematically. The first step is to change how you speak; reduction of ambiguity in your speech is an effective way to be mathematical. There are a lot of courses out there that teach you to think and speak mathematically. [2] [1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banach%E2%80%93Tarski_paradox [2]: https://class.coursera.org/maththink-2012-001/class/index

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