The problem with CAD, and programs like it, is the fact that, while you can solve a particular problem, you learn nothing about math from it.

Mathematics is learned in a progression; each field builds on what was learned in the previous. Back when the schools actually taught useful material rather than woke psycho babble, the progression looked like

arithmetic

algebra

geometry

trigonometry

analytic geometry

calculus

advanced specialties, e.g. probability, statistics, matrix algebra, etc.

Once you introduce a tool like CAD, you eliminate the algebra and problem solving practice that you would get by following this progression.

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