It has been almost a year since I took and passed (thankfully!) my differential and integral calculus. Thus, all the lessons that I have learned, if not then most of it, are now really vague. I couldn't remember all the formulas and solutions. This semester, I am taking up statistics which requires you to do a little math.
So the big BUT is... I love Math BUT I couldn't remember a thing unless the context is explained to me again. After an explanation, I can handle things on my own. I cannot incorporate those I learned from algebra, etc since my memory is not that good. If only I had a brilliant memory.... If only.
To end this post, let me share to you a quote which stuck in my mind:
The great thing about Math is that it teaches us one very important thing: that every problem has a solution.
I want to contradict that statement cause I know that not all problems in Math have a solution, but I opt to leave it that way. I hope that inspires you as well. As for me, the solution is to do a review on all the topics I have encountered in Math.
Take care everyone!
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