A Struggle with Math

A Struggle with Math
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     challenging words:    budget, long-term, schedule, basis, checkbook, easily, direction, math, order, subject, logic, extra, remember, understand, trouble, important

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A Struggle with Math
By Beth Beutler

1     Do you like math? To some people, math is hard. They may enjoy words. They may like to write or make up stories. They would rather do that than do math problems. Some people just don't like math.
2     Some people find math to be very hard. It may not be that they don't like it. It may be that they cannot understand it without a lot of help. Some people have a condition called Dyscalculia. They find it hard to grasp math concepts like order and logic. It takes extra work and effort for them to understand how numbers relate. It does not come easy to them.
3     A person with Dyscalculia may have a hard time keeping track of a schedule or time. This is because time is measured in numbers.

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