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You have within you the maths-factor that has made you go on. It is the rock or the spine 59 that held steadfast while another part of you gave in. Those who say, 'I'm poor at maths,' are doing themselves an injustice. They are only undermining themselves when they need not. It's like saying, 'I'm poverty-stricken,' when a range of riches glitters before you. Those who say, 'Numbers scare me,' should think again. Numbers have brought them to where they are. They are the soldiers of the borders of the mind, guarding it in times of difficulties.
No. He saw five blacksmiths wielding their hammers on the anvil! As he watched and listened entranced, he observed that each hammer was of a different weight, and made a different sound as it thumped against the anvil. He soon realized that the heavy hammer produced a lower note than the lighter one. He frowned, feeling instinctively that there was something wrong: one hammer was not quite in sync with the others. It was slightly off-key, he felt. Tentatively he explained this to the blacksmiths and asked if he could borrow their hammers for an experiment.
Rima's outlook was immature and illogical. In fact, I feel sympathetic towards Miss Nair. She didn't fit the stereotype feminine model that has been pushed down our throats by society. That she taught a 'masculine' subject like maths probably added to it. Rima confessed that her mother and she would privately poke fun at this teacher. I didn't want to hurt Rima's feelings or I'd have told her that it was her mother, not Miss Nair, who was to blame. It was her mother who was perpetuating this narrow vision of a woman's role in society.
Mathability: Awaken The Math Genius In Your Child by Shakuntala Devi