How to understand math ?

i have trouble in math and i want to know the best way to memorize it like how you learned it easy

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  • 7 years ago
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    Some people are naturally better at math than others. The reason why is in how our brains work. Some people have very organized and logical ways of thinking, and others are more creative.

    But it's important for everyone to be able to understand math. The first thing you need to understand is ~ that math is just a thinking process. It's a way to solve a problem. Math isn't just for solving equations, It also trains your mind to find solutions and to solve problems. That's something you'll use for the rest of your life.

    The other thing you need to understand is that math builds on itself. You can't progress to higher levels of math without being able to understand the lower levels. Think about math as being training to think, and as you do with any kind of training ~ you practice, practice, practice.

    Source(s): Married to a math teacher
  • You cannot memorize math, it is not possible.

    You have to practice, keep practicing until you master a particular topic.

    If your are really poor, find a tutor to guide you.

    The most important things is, when you see a question, dont try to answer it straight away.

    Think how you can break it down to it's parts. You have to break it down to be able to solve it.

    For any question is a story form, you have to extract the information, which is what points they are giving you. And arrange it, break it down and solve it.

  • 7 years ago

    easiest way is to learn the most fundamental concepts of any math problem

    then do many many many practice problems that are similar.

    have someone help you out you can google different types of problems that are similar to the ones you've solved.

    all that practice will help you understand math! good luck ! :D

    sometimes it's a long process but understanding it in the end makes it all worth it

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