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  1. Dr-David-Banner

    Maths Issues

    I've been running an experiment now for some time to see how far I can push my maths. First point of interest is I fit the autism type of impaired time/spatial navigation, motor issues and maths impairment (with far stronger linguistic ability). Anyway, to cut a long story short it seems I am now inventing useful mathematical formulae, one of which is almost unique. I'm sure it does exist but I guess the main point is I managed to work it out over many hours. It would take me 6 hours per day round about. Meantime the same maths problem I looked at on YouTube and found many of the approaches over-complicated and stuffed with formulae. So, I didn't bother with YouTube and worked by myself. Later I published the system on a forum where people seemed reluctant to divert from the commonly known methods (involving complex maths). What did I discover? Lots of things. Theory number one: Autistic people with difficulty doing maths can overcome the disadvantage to a point and, if so, the ability to see patterns as in linguistics can pass over to maths. This creates a strange mix of strengths and frustrations in maths. I mean I have to redraw a lot of diagrams to suit my perception. Also Asperger very much stressed the point autistic minds tend to be more able to do something different and I wanted to test that as well.
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