Ask HN: Can math books help you become good at problem solving in general?
Problems can have mathematical nature or a non-mathematical nature.
By problem solving I understand:
1. Understand what the problem demands
2. Find out edge/special cases
3. Work out examples
4. Devise a solution to the problem.
I am not implying merely reading a book will make you a problem solver. Problem solving will make you good at problem solving.
Have you come across any book that helped you become good at problem solving?