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My Question relates to Commercial Computer- or AI-assisted Math learning programs

Can anyone recommend a competitor to ALEKS, which I used to use but gave up on when they revamped the lay out

(besides which, I have reason to believe that ALEKS may not be best value in town)

Hello to everyone on my friend list!

I'm back to have my bi-decennial crack at math mastery.

This time I hope I have all the life "parameters" set to the right frequencies and who knows, maybe this will be "The Beginning of Infinity"** in terms of a continuous learning curve for me.

Hope you are all flourishingly, swimmingly well !

Michael

aka Lebec

aka DeusAbscondus

** Book title by David Deutsche about the reach of scientific explanations; a defence of "scienticism", in its pure, non-pejorative use, ie: a robust confidence in the power and reach of science and a concommitant denigration of spurious "alternative ways of knowing"

A book I barely understand but keep reading in the hope that one day I will have a breakthrough (like with maths)

Can anyone recommend a competitor to ALEKS, which I used to use but gave up on when they revamped the lay out

(besides which, I have reason to believe that ALEKS may not be best value in town)

Hello to everyone on my friend list!

I'm back to have my bi-decennial crack at math mastery.

This time I hope I have all the life "parameters" set to the right frequencies and who knows, maybe this will be "The Beginning of Infinity"** in terms of a continuous learning curve for me.

Hope you are all flourishingly, swimmingly well !

Michael

aka Lebec

aka DeusAbscondus

** Book title by David Deutsche about the reach of scientific explanations; a defence of "scienticism", in its pure, non-pejorative use, ie: a robust confidence in the power and reach of science and a concommitant denigration of spurious "alternative ways of knowing"

A book I barely understand but keep reading in the hope that one day I will have a breakthrough (like with maths)

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