
#1
May2705, 03:01 PM

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What kind of maths is needed to understand this book? Would I be able to get by without calculus?




#2
Jun1805, 11:43 AM

P: 3

maybe……
read an easy one first! 



#3
Jul1405, 11:35 AM

P: 1,194

It all depends on how deep you want to go....you can learn the basic ideas without calculus, but you'll only be scratching the surface.



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