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Zaza Green (IV07180101)



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The child doesn't understand math. This state of affairs for parents becomes a real problem. You have to spend a lot of free time on homework, hire a tutor for additional classes. And it is good if the effort and cost will not be in vain. But, unfortunately, in many cases, the question — "what to do if the child does not understand mathematics" - remains open.

Especially the difficulties of the child with exact science worry adults, who themselves at one time went through the humiliation of mathematics. When even the simplest task seems unsolvable, and the equations are terrifying, how can moms and dads help their children? We offer some simple tips and hope that they will be a hint for adults – what to do if you do not understand math at all, but you want to teach it to your child.

Look for ways to develop the necessary skills in the study of mathematics;
recognize that the student does not have the makings for mathematics and thus recognize its limitations;
join the ranks of supporters of the rejection of the compulsory study of mathematics in school.
Oddly enough, the question of the abolition of this discipline in schools arises more and more often. Some believe that this is an absolutely useless object in life. Others, on the contrary, believe in the great value of science in all areas of our lives. By the way, even among philologists, people of art and culture (one hundred percent humanitarians), there are many adherents of mathematics. And the need for exact science is not difficult to explain:

it develops logical thinking, which helps to draw the right conclusions;
develops systematic thinking, without which it becomes impossible to plan, select important tasks, and search for the necessary information.
"Mathematics teaches precision of thought, submission to the logic of proof, the concept of strictly grounded truth, and all this forms a person, perhaps more than music."
Frannky Scott (IV07143301)



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Vanessa (IV07119301)



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TimothyJohnson (IV07320701)



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Keisha (IV07321701)



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