I'm going to perform a small scale electrolysis experimenter of water. I want to find out how the rates of the gases are produced when the amount of electrolyte added to the water is changed. I'm going to use baking soda (NaHCO3) as the electrolyte but I just wanted to make sure that I won't be...
Thanks for all your help, this is fantastic. I'm taking Linear Algebra next so I'll definitely look at Kostrikin before I make a decision. I don't think I'll be learning Russian anytime soon (no harsh feeling I'm just horrific with language my brain isn't built for it). I do agree that the 'west...
Thanks for the guidance! I'll look into these! Is Stewart a horrid textbook though? I've heard that quite often but I don't find it terrible. I'm planning to be a physics major and the textbook seems adequate for a high school level.
I'm currently studying from a rented Stewarts Multivariable Calculus: Concepts and Contexts however for single varibale calculus I used a lot of different sources for study Kahn, Mooculus and Pauls. I've been self studying calculus for for about a year and a half now. In regards to moving to...
I'm looking for a well written textbook for multivariable calculus textbook. For single variable I worked with Stewart's calculus mostly and I found it very good. However I took a glance at Stewart's multivariable calculus textbook and I didn't enjoy it. The explanations weren't all that good (I...