choirfarm Posted December 4, 2011 Share Posted December 4, 2011 I'm leaving for church in 15 minutes, but here is one more question. I just showed my oldest the AOPS site, which he thought was the coolest thing in the world. We read this page in particular: http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Resources/articles.php?page=discretemath So... what should this future computer science/math loving person do. As I said, he made a C on his chapter 5 Chalkdust Precalc test because he didn't understand how to prove verifying identities. He has understood chapter 6 except the proofs. ( He said, I don't understand. I loved proofs in Chalkdust Geometry, but I am so lost. I don't understand how to do these. He has looked at some of the KHAN videos. And we were now going to rewatch the sections of the Chalkdust videos) I am no help WHATSOEVER. He has passed me. So.. do we keep going with Chalkdust and I make him get a tutor. OR... do we drop Chalkdust and start some of these AOPS classes? He thinks they look really fun. Help. Off to church. I'll check this afternoon. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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