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But since like Calculus in High-School (err... 3 years ago?) I've had trouble learning math "on the fly", i.e. as it is being taught by the teacher. All the notation and derivation flies over my head during class and I have to do it myself later by reading the book and doing examples. That's a waste of time. Is there a way I can "pick up" the math while it's being taught? Some way of thinking or something? How did you learn to do it?

By the way, I've already taken multivariable calc, linear algebra, and Diff EQ's (ODE's), so I'm kind of late in asking this, I think...

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# Math looks Greek to me!

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