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How to improve your math skills

If you can tell us what all those lines on the blackboard mean, you probably don't need this article.
If you can tell us what all those lines on the blackboard mean, you probably don't need this article. (olly18 via Depositphotos/)

There’s a lot we learn that we instantly forget. In fact, depending on who you ask, up to 60 percent of high school goes straight into your mental recycling bin, and for quite a few of us, that includes our math skills.

Still, that doesn’t mean you can’t get those skills back. As adults, we handle mathematical problems every day: comparing prices, measuring cooking ingredients, and calculating the time it’ll take us to run several errands, to name a few. Some of those may

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