Maths Tricks

# MATHS……Sounds Complicated ??

## How to study Maths ?

Mathematics……Sounds Complicated ??
But from now it will be no complicated any more..
Surprised?????? Is’nt it….
Here are very simple MANTRAS for making the it BAYE HATH KA KHEL”

1. PERFECT PRACTISE LEADS TO PREFECT RESULT:-

It is impossible to study maths properly by just reading and listening. For studying you have to roll up your sleeves and actually solve some problems.The more you perfectly practise the more you groom.There is no escaping this reality, to do well in a exam you need to have solved a LOT of mathematical problems beforehand.

If you have made any mistakes, you should review them and understand where your problem-solving skills let you down. Understanding how you approached the problem and where you went wrong is a great way of becoming stronger and avoiding the same mistakes in the future.

3.DO NOT MEMORISE ITS AN ART NOT A PROCESS:-

Not to try to memorise the methods or questions,simply just understand the core logic associated with it and then proceed.Try to learn the basic logics of mathematics make them perfect then trust us you can solve any question.

4. Simple but effective MAKE FORMULA NOTEBOOK:-

We agree its not possible to memorise all the formulas in maths so a very simple trick is to make a handy note book where you can write all the formulas which is very very useful..

5. A PEACEFUL VIBE:-

It is also important that a peaceful atmosphere is very neccesory for productive study..
So find a place where you can study peacefully and master the concepts…

6.MATHS AND MUSIC “PERFECT MATCH” :-

Styding in a melodious atmosphere help us to concentrate a way better than any other thing.Our brain can focus more when it is relaxed and music helps in relaxing…
So maths with soulful music a perfect combo….try it,really works..

### Shubham Lashkan

Myself Shubham an computer science engineer with lots of dream having an unseen attitude with lots of thoughts

Myself Shubham an computer science engineer with lots of dream having an unseen attitude with lots of thoughts
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