Math, Better Explained (英语) 平装 – 2013年5月3日
Kalid Azad graduated from Princeton University and has been writing professionally for over a decade, from chapters in the best-selling "How to Program" textbooks (from Deitel, Inc.) to technical whitepapers for Microsoft, Corp. Kalid has tutored math since high school (99% percentile for SAT/GRE/GMAT) and is enamored with finding the clearest, most intuitive insights on seemingly-complicated topics. He is the founder of BetterExplained, a teaching website whose explanations are read millions of times every year, including dozens of high school and college courses.
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I hate the rigorous approach to mathematics. My learning style requires an intuitive understanding first and then I can learn the rigorous details that help reinforce and sometimes modify my intuitive understanding. There aren't many books that teach math this way, so Kalid's book should be required reading for any author who wants to teach math using an intuitive approach.
The rigorous approach sucks all the enjoyment out of math. It reminds me of when I was in the Army and drill sergeants could somehow suck the fun out of shooting automatic weapons (well, not ALL the fun).