argeddit68 karma2017-12-11 17:48:30 UTC
I also “hated math” when I was in high school so I dropped it after I hit my requisite 2.5 years (I think I really just didn’t understand what its value was). I never finished algebra or took calculus or trigonometry. In college I was a political science major so I got away with only taking statistics.
Now I’m a lawyer and I realize that I probably would have been good at math and enjoyed it. In my line of work I can get by without it, but I deal with a lot of economics/econometrics expert reports and could add value if I understood the math.
Plus I want to exercise my formal logic muscles because they’re getting flabby.
What’s the best way to hop back into it? What websites/apps/etc. will not only teach me in an engaging way, but help me figure out where I should start?
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argeddit2 karma2017-12-11 23:52:28 UTC
Will do, thanks!
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