I'm doing extremely well in my math class but I worry that all I'm doing is learning how to do problem a, and not concept behind problem a. What are some signs that you are doing more than just memorizing a set of problems? I wanted to find out how many times I'd need to do something to get a certain result, and used an equation from the class from memory to find out what I needed. I got it right without having to do it again. Is that a sign? Are there others I can look for to make sure I know I really am learning?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# How to know if you really are learning math?

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