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Topic: Help with Undergrad Math:
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Jim Sprigs

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Re: Help with Undergrad Math:
Posted: Mar 18, 2005 8:25 PM
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Anonymous wrote:
> Hi, I'm an undergrad math major, but feel like I have a real difficulty
> grasping new concepts in math. Since about high school pre-calculus,
> I've had to study every subject area/concept at least TWICE in order to
> really "get" it.

That's not rare. No royal road, etc.

> I've had some difficulties with upper level mathematics and think that
> a lot of it might have to do with never really fully understanding the
> stuff that's come before it.
> Can anyone recommend a good website or online resources that explain

I'd rather read a good book.

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