Because it forces you to think in abstractions, with rules. This requires training your brain to know how to apply such rules and when. You are literally creating new nerve connections in your brain - we've seen this in special scanners. The best way to get better at math is to get a fundamental understanding of the rules (axioms) and build from there - when humans got sick of counting everything - they developed "tricks" that allowed for rapid calculations - these "tricks" are now rules in various branches of math. Remember: get the bedrock fundamental rules down first - everything is built upward from there. The best way to do this is ask questions and practice applying the rules to math problems until you start to "get it" - you've now conditioned your thinking to handle mathematical abstractions.
is this a rhetorical question? I'm still going to answer, it's actually easy if you have someone explain it to you step by step, I use to think it was the hardest that was only because my teacher would give me a problem to solve and not show me how to solve it, now I have a tutor who goes over every step with me and I think math is now really easy.
Math isn't hard. It all depends on how interesting you are on the subject and the external work you do.Practice math daily,then you will improve. Don't keep any doubt remain a doubt, clear it. If you want any help,let me know. :)
It's only hard if you think of it that way. You have to have a positive attitude, and that will help make time fly. You have to pay attention to the teacher, jotting down notes that may have significant importance and asking questions. Sometimes a bad teacher can be the result of bad grades. During my freshman year, my math teacher was so bad that the whole class failed two different quizzes throughout the year. She was fired this year, my sophomore year :D
You should go study all the things you're weak in. Get a tutor or a friend and go back to where you started to think it was hard. Multiplication tables? Decimals? Fractions? Then practice, practice, practice. If you don't understand a problem ask someone. Maybe you should go back a year in school. Ask your teacher about this. Or ask your counselor. I promise, you CAN get better. But you have to work at it. Everyone does. Even math teachers.
no one know but there are some websites that can help you
ask your teacher to set up your class with www.tenmarks.com it is a website that you get math questions BUT there are 3 hint per question and you have unlimited videos explaining! you also will unlock certificates and games!