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hapyro

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I'm a sophomore in college and I'm on a current path which will lead me to a double major in mathematics and economics. Currently, I'm what people in my school refer to as "great in math." All this means is I get As in the classes I take (finished the calculus series, now taking linear algebra, differential equations, and discrete math). The thing is, although I receive good marks, I still feel like something's missing. Right now, my guess is that I don't really

*understand*the math, I just do it. I'm not sure if anyone understands what I'm talking about, but if so, I'd really appreciate any input in actually understanding math.

Thanks.