About 'Math, Better Explained' -- Its useful and different from the usual

It is rare that we recommend any product or service on its face value and as such, but today an exception would be made. Not for gaining anything out of it-- monetary or otherwise-- but for the sheer dedication of the creator and probable usability of his/her creation.

We are talking about the now available Print Edition of “Math, Better Explained” written and compiled by Kalid Azad, the creator of the blog/website -- 'BetterExplained', which intends to explain the usually tricky and monster looking mathematical and science concepts in a very simplistic and useful way that are easy to comprehend and remember.


As Azad mentions on his site, "BetterExplained is (like) a grocery store of explanations". The author tries to explain the concepts in a friendly way so that they do not seem like a monster or an unscalable mountain to the reader, but an interesting task that should be tackled with intuition, skill, innovation and an open mind.

We have subscribed to this blog/site, and have found it useful. The author, just like us (Bricksnmortar Edesk), don't believe in bombarding the subscribers with useless and just routine blog posts, but in quality posts even though they are posted only once a while.

Those interested may peruse the cited stuff at 'BetterExplained' and buy the print if find it useful. We ourselves neither know the author personally nor he has approached us for a post share. We are sharing this only because we follow his blog and found his stuff useful and different from the usual jargon in the same field.
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