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What do you think is better for math: grids exercise book or lined exercise book.
 

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What do you think is better for math: grids exercise book or lined exercise book.
Grids make it easier to work with cartesian planes but if the lines don't matter to you in the book then a lined exercise book is better

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Grid book. If you end up doing general mathematics then it will be helpful when constructing histograms for example.
 

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Grid for maths has been used for well over 70 years. Don't think it serves much purpose. Except for graphing, I do not use grid book for maths. Also hard to read written words on grid. That's how I feel about it anyway.
 

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Think of it like this: (This is what I noticed in my school)
Grids, for people who do general mths and are recommended for them. Why? Less theory
Lined, people who generall go over general and do 2u+, better for writing theory and working outs, it turns out to be neater and more elegant too ^^. I recommend this more

Generally I see people using Lined more than grids nowadays, anyway I got a spare Gridbook just to do practice as it makes graph drawing faster imo
 
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Lined book because you can write bigger which (imo) definitely leads to less silly mistakes that can be caused by misreading a number or messy writing. Plus looks neater.
 

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