Practice, Read, Do math, Challenge yourself. I personally would recomend to start by reading Euclid's Elements it is good for a starter and has a lot of the most amazing results in geometry and number theory.
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Alejandro Artiles
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3 years, 8 months ago

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Yes, I have. It's pretty awesome, especially considering the time period it was written in, but I'm looking more for problem solving strategies, and ways to answer bizarrely specific, hard questions that aren't tailor -made for certain techniques.
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Finn Hulse
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This is what teacher's should recommend to students. I personally had the luck of reading Euclid's Elements at school curriculum.
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Blackhawk Wasee Ahmed
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3 years, 7 months ago

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TopNewestPractice, Read, Do math, Challenge yourself. I personally would recomend to start by reading Euclid's Elements it is good for a starter and has a lot of the most amazing results in geometry and number theory. – Alejandro Artiles · 3 years, 8 months ago

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– Finn Hulse · 3 years, 8 months ago

Yes, I have. It's pretty awesome, especially considering the time period it was written in, but I'm looking more for problem solving strategies, and ways to answer bizarrely specific, hard questions that aren't tailor -made for certain techniques.Log in to reply

– Blackhawk Wasee Ahmed · 3 years, 7 months ago

This is what teacher's should recommend to students. I personally had the luck of reading Euclid's Elements at school curriculum.Log in to reply