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Present mathematics study at high school or lower levels specifically examines learning formulae and their application to problems.
On the other hand, in the Mathematical Institute, we teach until a student is convinced of every point, starting with how a formula is made.
Such a habit of thinking theoretically until one is convinced is useful even after a person begins a career.
To think by yourself and to convince yourself is the most important point.
Although not limited to the Mathematical Institute, when you study at a university,
it is extremely important that you find friends with whom you can talk openmindedly.
Close friends might be very helpful when you are lost in mathematics or involved in personal troubles.
In addition, you can help one another even after graduation.
 
