How important is it to you to understand the math your applying? I am decent at math when it comes to remembering rules and applying everything systematically, and i do well at solving problems using the tools i am given, but sometimes i have trouble understanding exactly why certain rules work down to a science, which kind of bothers me and makes me worry about it affecting my performance later on if i take like an engineering course with intense math.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Understanding what you're doing.

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