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1Talk the textbook Teaching True Math, 2018
Posted: Jan 1, 2018 1:00 AM
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Alright i devote the entire year 2018 to doing this texbook.

It is historic in the sense that it cleans out all the errors of Old Math.

And historic in the sense the book is used from ages 12 to 26 as a single math text, where teachers supplement blank pages to tailor fit their class.

That is you need only this text of math for all school needs. None of this buying a new book for each course.

Now in writing this text i need commentary just like this post, and tonight i had the idea of a mini-unification of Probability with that of Algebra.

If we ask someone who never had probability what is the number to which a dice on average rolls over many rolls, the bright student would say 3.5, for the symmetry of 1,2,3 versus 4,5,6.

Nothing new, nothing new at all.

But, however, can we not discard all of probability and replace it with-- finding
an average.

Is not all of probability theory just -- finding averages

AP


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