It will mean that math books will be thicker but that´s fine...Or simply if they dont want to do that they can show references with pages numbers to pages in the past explaining the problems/identities/laws etc later on in the book...Or the book can be divided in 2, the botton part of every page explains the book, the top part explains the botton part with references with pages numbers from the past...Even if the reference is only 4 pages difference....But is important that they show the PAGE NUMBER when making references....No Math Book in the WORLD HAS THIS...

This makes math books a lot easier to understand...

Also it sounds silly but have math books made out of different ink colors...Not everyone likes the color black...kids learn better or are more enthusiastic if the ink of the book is their favorite color...

Also the size of the fonts in the math books...Did you know the bigger something is the easier it is to remember...The bigger the fonts the more understandable or memorable the letters in the math book becomes...Even if this means a thicker book..Anyways math should be divided every book should be divided into classes taken...Dont expect to CRAM 1 book in 1 class...

Anyways just so you know, is better to take a subject longer and understand it than to cruise it in a short period and not understand....

you know something else i believe i have a hunch that someone can remember a: 2,000 pages book with bigger letters/fonts than someone remember 400 pages with small fonts....

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