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to both cool_jessica and jennylee1203.

As for the practice part of it, I'd agree for the most part but not completely.

As for what I like, I love working on logic (strictly), math, science, computers, philosophy, and video games. Unfortunately I do not work on them all the time, every day, but by far, those are the things I do the most work on (or arguably play if it comes to video games...). What I work on the most is probably logic, and the least is probably science, but again, by far, I spend the most time on **all** of these things. To clear things up, I'm kind of saying work in replace of what I like, because what I like almost always requires a lot of work, and it's easier to explain that way.

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As far as I know and what my experience say is that you should keep practicing mathematics to make the subject simpler. With practice you will learn some techniques and even your speed of calculation will improve. Practice means continuous practice, you cannot solve one problem then go for a walk and then come back after an hour that will be a really time taking and tough process. Make a time table and try to solve as many problems a s possible in that time.I assure you you will definitely start solving sums at a much higher speed.

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]]>Maths is a subject that needs practice but if you take it as a burden, you will never come out of the fear of numbers. Just make sure that you practice maths daily but too much of practice will also not be a good thing

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May others learn from your example; thanks.

Bob

]]>All I did was practice.

I started doing one hour of math every hour. Then 30 minutes every 30 minutes, then 15 minutes every 15 minutes, then...

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