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Make mistakes merrily.

As with anything else, you will make mistakes when you figure things out in maths. You mess up. Everyone messes up. Stephen Hawking messes up. Making mistakes is nothing to be afraid of or ashamed of. The language you use can really help you out. Try to figure out what you can learn from your mistakes.

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