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How to Get Smart in Math?

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  1. Libniz Group Title
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    Drink MathShake

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    :D

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    sleep in math class

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    One really important thing I can recommend, never stop learning. Whenever you finish up with your studies in school for the year, keep learning over the summer. Keeping it fresh in your mind will do wonders for you! :D

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    @satellite73, I was expected a more appropriate response.

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    @Hero THANKS TATS WT I THOUGHT

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    ok how about find some math that you enjoy and study that. it will be a pleasure for example, i enjoy algebra, but and not too fond of analysis,

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    But math is math. It should all be equally enjoyable.

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    I agree with satelitte73, analysis is not my favorite topic.....it grows on you over time.....

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    You know you have done way too much math when your dreams are equations.....

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    \(\text{ Don't stop} \) practising what you enjoy :)

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    true but just because you are struggling with a topic doesn't mean you can enjoy it. Takes a lot of practice to master any topic, don't be afraid to fail.....

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    just do math. first what you like, then step-by-step get into deeper waters.

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    math is not supposed to be easy, even if u r a gifted person. always ask for help when u need it.

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    Study study study study

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    actually pay attention in math class instead of sleep lol

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    OMG SHUT UPPPPPPP

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    I agree that enjoying it really helps! But you have to make an effort to look at math in that fun light, sometimes. It's also important to understand things in class in your own way of understanding. This might sound weird, but I think it's okay to understand things in a way that you can't explain verbally. What's most important is understanding things in whatever way you understand. Also... Some teachers are not great. So learning from other sources might be an excellent idea! Example: OpenStudy.com! :)

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    hahahah i know right i have learned that the hard way....not sleeping in class i was totally kiding about that one my teacher sucks

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    hate it, curse it, despise it

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    the more you hate it, the better you'll get

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    A calculator

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    hey math guys, here: prove you love math: http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/5080ac89e4b00774b241a460

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    Well,Its An Easy Answer,But Its A Very Difficult Think To Do,Practice Makes You Smart,Practice Makes You Perfect,Practice Is that What Counts. :)

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    any ways thanks ya all even tho i dont enough answer

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