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Topic: Math refresher
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[Mr.] Lynn Kurtz

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Registered: 10/30/06
Re: Math refresher
Posted: May 22, 2009 1:00 PM
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On Fri, 22 May 2009 10:24:38 -0400, "Krish" <> wrote:

>I used to love Math as a child. I studied Math all the way up to my
>Engineering classes. This was many many years ago.
>I want to get started again in the exciting world of Algebra and Calculus.
>As you know that there is so much of material is available online itself.
>Can you please give me some pointers to get started. I suppose, I don't
>want to get lost in this pool of information. I am looking for some
>structure about my re-learning.
>Thank you so much.

I would suggest you go to a nearby library and find Algebra II,
Trigonometry, and Analytic Geometry books from the '60s. Use them to
refresh yourself on those subjects. Then find an early version of the
current calculus texts like Thomas or Stewart and you are all set.

Newer isn't better.


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