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Topic: first you need to train your memory
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Aivars

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first you need to train your memory
Posted: Oct 2, 2006 3:50 AM
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Math students and even those who are just interested in it should develope a good mnemonic technique (try this one) in order to build their knowledge base (database) and decrease the time of constantly looking into reference books from little to none. You just have to remember that first - your memory needs a good structure (nothing does it better than a well developed mnemonic system) and second - a good exercise to keep it in shape. Then your math problem solving skills will skyrocket.



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