Einstein once said, “There’s always a math problem that’s greater than yours.”

While math isn’t the most liked subject out there, it plays a vital role in our lives. In fact, it’s safe to say that we can’t navigate the world around us without it.

Remember, Galileo had to fight the Church to prove that the earth orbited the sun, not the other way around. And this required solid knowledge of mathematics principles!

And while you don’t need to exhibit the profound mathematical acuity that he did, it’s essential to have basic knowledge of the subject and know how to solve problems.

Here are a few easy ways to teach yourself math and make it fun:

Practice with a Friend

Practicing math by yourself isn’t fun; plus, it’s also one of the least effective ways to develop an understanding of the subject. So ask a friend to help you out.

Watch how they solve equations and grapple with complex problems. The best thing about math is that there are multiple ways to solve one equation. You just need to find the method that works for you. Go with a method that you find easy to grasp and understand.

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Trade methods with your friend to see if their method works better. After you’re done solving the problem, compare your answers with your friend’s. Even if your methods are different, the answers should be the same.

Apply Math to Real-World Problems    

We don’t realize it, but we use math in our daily lives all the time. If you start consciously applying math to real-life problems, you’ll realize just how important the subject is.

For example, if you’re building a to-scale architectural model, you need to make precise measurements. If you’re doing origami, the folds you make need to be supremely accurate. The list goes on.

You can also use math for financial budgeting. While you need basic arithmetic for budgeting, that’s not the case for loan management and investment. You need to learn algebra to be able to accurately assess the amount of loans you need to pay back.

You can also use math to create a list of future expenditures. For example, you can draw a graph based on your weekly spending.

Play Bingo To Teach Yourself Math

Bingo is always fun to play, and there’s some math involved. Although there are variations like U Pick ‘Em Bingo and Math Bingo, you can also play the standard game.

The standard Bingo cards are based on these features: “P(15,5) × P(15,5) × P(15,5) × P(15,5) × P(15,4) = 552,446,474,061,128,648,601,600,000 or approximately 5.52×1026.”

You have to utilize numbers between 1 to 75 in order to win the game. It’s a fun way to learn math and spend time with friends!

Talk to Yourself

This is a weird trick, but it works wonders for some people. When you’re solving a problem, start explaining what you’re doing to yourself. Use the “cooking show” method and imagine that you’re talking to an invisible audience.

This has the effect of clarifying the problem, both linguistically and mathematically, allowing you to solve it more effectively.

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