I am a sophomore in high school and have heard about how great and majestic math is, so I decided to get a piece of the action. However, I struggle to see the "great and majestic" part (though I really am trying). Granted, math isn't my strongest subject (it could be said that it's my weakest), so I've been perusing the internet for some math help that teaches(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); conceptuallynotprocedurally, for I've heard the former is much more fascinating and will help me get a better grip on the subject. That leads me to another point: I don't understand the "whys" of mathematics. For instance, I know that the lattice method of solving multiplication works, but I have no clue as to the "inbetween." Now that I'm learning things such as various quadratic formulas, the problem has gotten much worse.

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# Why does math work, or Conceptual/Interesting Math Resources

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