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    May 29, 2016
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    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    Practice logic and proof concepts every week. It well help you make decisions in general and keep your mind fueled to meet the next obstacle that comes your way.

    Course highlights:

    That mathematics is about more than just calculating numbers for solutions. Some theories can help devise solutions for some of life's greatest troubles.

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    6-8 hours

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    Read the text book thoroughly and boldly challenge the proof concepts with interest to better understand the material. Don't just assume an answer is true. Humans can make mistakes, so double or triple check everything. Use the help of YouTube, as it's free and some of the smartest folks have great perceptions of the same topic. Take a 5-10 minute break when you can't solve a problem. Looking at the problem again after a few minutes can boost creativity for finding a solution. It can even help you remember some tips from class or YouTube. Lastly, re-write your class notes before taking an exam to refresh your memory, don't just read them. Try to etch them into your memory.

    • Spring 2016
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