Saturday, June 2, 2012

Mathematics is Cumulative

You’ve always got to remember that mathematics courses are cumulative.
 Almost everything you do in a math class will depend on subjects that you’ve previously learned. 

This goes beyond just knowing the previous sections in your current class to needing to remember material from previous classes.

You will find a college algebra class to be very difficult without the knowledge that you learned in your high school algebra class.

 You can’t do a calculus class without first taking (and understanding) an Algebra and a Trigonometry class.

so you have to remember all thing you studied if you want to be the best .

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