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A collection of audio/video lectures on mathematics

  1. Oct 28, 2009 #1
    The site below provides a comprehensive collection of links to audio/video courses and lectures in mathematics from colleges/universities.


    This collection contains courses and lectures covering a variety of topics in math: calculus, discrete mathematics, differential equations, geometry, linear algebra, mathematical statistics, probability, and more.
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    This contains video lectures from seminars, conferences and workshops, about mathematics and the mathematical sciences with applications over a wide range of science and technology.
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    Lectures on PDEs
    http://www.math.lamar.edu/faculty/maesumi/PDE.html [Broken]
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  11. Jun 3, 2010 #10
    I will eat these all up. I need to start reviewing my Calc I for my Calc II.
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  17. Oct 28, 2010 #16
    Although it has been mentioned in other threads, I thought I would link this here:

    It is a very large archive of math lectures at undergrad level. (It is also linked from the infocobuild site.)
  18. Nov 11, 2010 #17
    Anyone know where I could find lectures for a class listed as "Introduction to Abstract Math." Here is a link with info on the class from a previous semester with a different teacher but it is still the same course.

    Here is a link to the book that was used then but I believe it is a different one now.

    I am thinking it may be known as something else at other universities so I am not sure exactly what to look for. I like watching lectures of a class before I start the class so that it is easier when I actually take it.
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  19. Nov 25, 2010 #18

    Starts at kindergarden level and works up. Even Bill Gates watches them. (2000 x 10 minute lectures about everything mathematical/scientific)
  20. Nov 25, 2010 #19
    That's a nice channel. If you go to his website khanacademy.org you can get the videos organized with quizzes etc
  21. Nov 29, 2010 #20
    Bookmark for later viewing. thanks
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