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Posted by : Allan_Dell on Sunday, March 6, 2016 | 1:40 AM

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The start:

The www.dailymathguide.com/ was started in the middle of summer 2012. This was arise with the assistance of a good friend whom also a blogger. This site was the former allmathsolver.blogspot.com before its domain was registered to www.dailymathguide.com/. It was from different factors why this  site was quite naive from the others. The author of this site influenced by different views in mathematics and its philosophy to human life.

Objective:

This site was intended to those who are under the fear of Mathematics. The main reason drives the author to make this academic craft is to contribute mathematical ideas to the students and or learners who wants to see how mathematics looks the same in their mind and how mathematics differs. There are a lot of faces math portrays, reasons to every mind points different judgement. Those who are really inclined with the subject find math easy, except for those who are non-math related subject. Dailymathguide.com accepts recommendations to compensates difficulties of its every viewer. Through posts from the site's comment box, the author pulse how was the public live with mathematics in day-to-day.

To the students:

The site was half made student-author relation. The book usually present mathematical ideas without direct consultation from the students' readiness to the subject thus both side don't met the same way. Here, the student is able to ask from the author himself via "comments", by let the author check answers through comments submission. The dialog would be universal knowing that this can be seen and exposed to the public.Students can do discussion or sharing thoughts about the subject matter posted in every site's page.

To Teachers:

The www.dailymathguide.com/ invites teacher(s) to write their idea how to inject math in every student mind. the author can not see how the other side of math would be relevant. Just contact the site's author allanjaketorres@gmail.com. We can make forum to discuss or re view any math related issues. Is it really true that students who are good in communication finds math difficult or vice-versa? If so, how we could embed math to their communication? The author of this site also invites other contributor even not mathematically related as long as it generates the logical side of learners, say logicians

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To the Public:

We are encouraging the public to join the company's development by simply liking or joining on their social networking sites. Visit the widgets and contribute a little by telling us what you have saw that can make this site helpful to anyone concerned. We are hoping that your comment should be intended for the improvement of every content relative to the visitor's needs.

We are happy and inspired to continue writing and posting more helpful mathematics related issues and concern. 

Thank you so much.

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