Oh, thanks to fantastic representatives (or at least the first grade teacher) of american teaching I thought I was too, until 2nd year of high school (outside US) thanks to one good teacher. (notice the ratio... evil loses on sincere spiritual battlefields) There's a thing they use here (Italy) called "oral examination", a good way of corroborating written exams. (not that I want to praise ITA education all that much.. ) and I discovered with this teacher that I could do at the blackboard what I was previously conditioned to think I couldn't on paper. It's fantastic what the 'education system' can do to block as many minds as possible... gotta be some kind 'o' psycho-selection practiced by TPTB there...
Moral: maybe you're not mathematically challenged, only conditioned to think so and to avoid numerical reasoning.
I feel like crap when I can't follow from reasoning to formula... I honestly never remembered a single physics formula in high school. Just re-evoked them from the logic of "how sh!t works" when I had the test in front of me. If I had still had my "math block" I would probably have blanked on that stuff.
Anyway the site rocks. The amount of 'merda di toro' we get "educated" with never ceases to astound me.
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