How to distinguish between pure math and applied math? How math can be applied to many different fields? How we can use math in real life? Why math looks so complicated? Where all those volumes of math come from? Can I revisit my math from primary and secondary school and finally understand what is it about? Can I learn math now? How I can teach my kids or students effectively primary and secondary school math?

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I will be trying to answer these questions in the next several posts.

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