**GOING BACK TO MATHEMATICS: JUST TO PROVE YOU A POINT**...In college algebra they decided to call "Y" axis function they decided to call it: "F(x) or G(x) or H(x)....My question is: WHY didn't they just call it: Y1 & Y2 & Y3....And Y4...Also just to prove you a point...HAVE YOU SEEN THE CALCULUS BOOK or some algebra books or trigonometry books? I have a calculus book and is like 2 1/2 inches thick i am surprise is not 3 inches thick....My question was to better explain a course, why not divide calculus into 3 sections, calculus 1, calculus 2 & calculus 3, to give kids confidence and this way give them more examples to explain it better and give them more examples as homework...Why not do the same thing with algebra, divided it into 3 sections....Algebra 1, algebra 2 and algebra 3...The same thing with trigonometry, trigonometry 1, trigonometry2 & trigonometry 3....do the same thing with geometry...Geometry1, geometry2, geometry3...but NO, everything is condensed into 1 book and to save space the book is concise with few examples...And because is divided into 3 sections you can go on the 1st section you can go little by little "explaining and giving college students the foundation for the next course...But this should not be giving to high school students, well it could but i think it should be given more to college students who are going to major in mathematics...Look calculus alone and trigonometry alone look like a bible...It sure does or sh....

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