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    Ways to practice and improve my math skills

    One of my biggest weaknesses is that I am abysmal at math, I want to improve my math skills so that it's better for me to find employment and like. Does anyone know of any simple and easy methods to improve and practice my math skills?
  2. Nervous Rex

    The Four 4's Game

    I'm going to create a few "recreational math" threads, to see if anyone's interested. This is the first. Starting at 0 create a formula that produces each integer. Use exactly four 4's (no more, no less) and no other digits. You may use any math operation you want - add, subtract, multiply...
  3. H

    Problems learning mathematics in high school

    Hi, I have problems learning (15 years old) mathematics in high school. I do not get enough verbal information in school, so I need to learn it with more visual information. But, how? I need some tips about how I can learn and understand mathematics.
  4. Aeolienne

    Maths graduates sought for Cambridge research study

    Cambridge University's Autism Research Centre is conducting a study in order to identify changes in the human DNA which contribute to autism and/or mathematical ability. This research project aims to understand whether individuals diagnosed with autism have specific variations in their genes...
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