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# Some Practical Remarks On Solving Math Problems

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Combine notemaking and problem solving tools to become better at solving math problems.
The paper contains a densely packed cheat sheet with a large number of general math problem solving tools.

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### Some Practical Remarks On Solving Math Problems

1. 1. Some Practical Remarks on Solving Math Problems Thomas Teepe February 16, 2011OverviewThis paper describes a method for solving math problems.The basic idea is to combine two things: • First, a simple method for making handwritten notes while thinking about a problem. This method is aimed at supporting – a step-by-step approach to problem solving and – reﬂective thinking: Better understand and control what you do while solving a problem. • Second, a densely packed cheat sheet with broad advice on math problem solving. At present, this sheet focuses on general methods for problem solving. Later versions may contain material on speciﬁc domains like calculus or algebra.You can download this paper • as a .pdf ﬁle: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4884231/MathProbSolv.pdf, • as a .tex ﬁle: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4884231/MathProbSolv.tex. This is useful if you want to adapt the cheat sheet. 1