蜘蛛俠

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第四階段(博): 以你的專長去掌握任何科目。

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            例子八:蜘蛛俠的蜘蛛絲

                    超人懂飛,蜘蛛俠不懂飛。
                    但是蜘蛛俠可以用他的蜘蛛絲解決任何問題:
                    他用蜘蛛絲吊起自已,做成飛的效果。

                    蜘蛛俠的專長是蜘蛛絲,哪蝙蝠俠呢?

                    一般英雄人物都有自己的特異功能,蝙蝠俠卻沒有。 
                    但是,蝙蝠俠卻有其他英雄人物沒有的專長:錢。

                    只有蝙蝠俠是有錢人,他可以用錢解決任何問題:
                    他購買昂貴的飛行工具。

                    (你的蜘蛛絲是什麼?

— Me@2007.07.05, 2008.02.06, 2010.02.19

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1.31 對策一

第四階段(博): 以你的專長去掌握任何科目。

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例子五:以代數攻幾何
           
坐標幾何(Coordinate Geometry)的原意是把幾何的問題化成代數的問題。即使沒有幾何的天份,也可以用代數來解決幾何問題。

例子六:以代數攻代數
               

                    

例子七:以幾何攻代數
                      

       
 

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— Me@2007.07.05

— Me@2008.02.06

— Me@2010.02.19

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1.31 對策一

第四階段(博): 以你的專長去掌握任何科目。

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            例子四:以物理攻英文

                When I was young, I read a lot of Physics books in order to upgrade my English. I did that because I thought English itself was boring but I was interested in Physics. So I would not find an English physics book boring. Also, the English in a Physics book would be easy. Reading English Physics book is a way to get used to reading English.
                When I had found that, with the power of English, I was able to learn a lot of advanced physics, I started to like English. It is as interesting as my Physics, because English is part of my Physics.   

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— Me@2007.07.05, 2008.02.06, 2010.02.19

2010.02.19 Friday (c) All rights reserved by ACHK

Group (mathematics)

In mathematics, a group is an algebraic structure consisting of a set together with an operation that combines any two of its elements to form a third element. To qualify as a group, the set and the operation must satisfy a few conditions called group axioms, namely closure, associativity, identity and invertibility.

— Wikipedia on Group (mathematics)

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Fear of failure

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Fear of failure is an extraordinarily powerful force. Usually it prevents people from starting things, but once you publish some definite ambition, it switches directions and starts working in your favor.

— Paul Graham

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