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AhmedEzz

## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi, the title is self-explanatory. I am wondering if there is something I can do to be able to read mathematics like I am reading a newspaper or book. Regardless of what the single letters are describing in natural language, I can understand -but maybe not conceptually grasp- what is being conveyed.

However, in maths, when I see simple things like F = m.a, yes I know what they mean because I have been told, however, I want to reach a level that I can identify and characterize, say, systems by just "reading" their relevant mathematics. One example is EM fields. The operations of multiplication, division, add/subtract has no "meaning" to me in a, say, 4D differential equation.

I study electromagnetics at a grad level. I don't need to be more "skilled" or "adept" at "solving" problems.

Pleas help!

Thank you very much.

However, in maths, when I see simple things like F = m.a, yes I know what they mean because I have been told, however, I want to reach a level that I can identify and characterize, say, systems by just "reading" their relevant mathematics. One example is EM fields. The operations of multiplication, division, add/subtract has no "meaning" to me in a, say, 4D differential equation.

I study electromagnetics at a grad level. I don't need to be more "skilled" or "adept" at "solving" problems.

Pleas help!

Thank you very much.