Why are Koreans so smart and we aren't? Calculators.
Koreans spend their lives practicing the basics. Real Math does the same thing, but it's quicker, to the point.
As a remedial math teacher, I found that if you simplify math to the same language students think at, it's easy for them to master. How good is it?
What's log 30? Log 50? Now add them, no calculator.
Real Math taught 8th graders base 10 logs without calculators, and they thought it was easy. How is this possible?
Like a Korean, when I said Log 30, the 8th grader knew the exponent, because they had mastered it. Same with Log 50. They simply added. I do the same thing for all math, algebra 1, and algebra 2.
Simplify. Understand. Practice. It works and it's a high interest product.
There are 60 million students. 1% of the math market is $52 million revenue.
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