Enough Posted January 3, 2012 Share Posted January 3, 2012 I went to a rigorous high school and university and am naturally drawn towards lit and history, so I'm familiar with many of the first steps in self-education, literature- and history-wise.* Math, not so much. :tongue_smilie:I met (and ONLY met, did not exceed) the college prep/college graduation requirements with decent grades and I don't have a math aversion per se, but I certainly don't seek out to practice math or -GOD FORBID- learn any NEW math once I completed my requirements. :lol: I really want to change this. :) Partly for my kids' sake, but mainly for mine. So, where do I start? I'm thinking Liping Ma, for one, but I *don't* want to read just "theory" books- I want to *DO* math and work those long-ago atrophied math muscles ;). Anyone have suggestions for me? *(Which is not to say that I'm ACCOMPLISHED in either, or that I don't have a ton to learn in these areas. I just feel like I have a fairly good base, whereas my math side is much, much, much weaker.) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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