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Menna2296
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i studied mathmatics2 ( mechanices, calculus,algebra) three years ago . I want to refresh my memory to start with new field .
What are the best books in maths in my case ?
What are the best books in maths in my case ?
Welcome! The author himself!Ivan Savov said:@smodak: thanks for posting this!
An even longer (and more recent) preview can be found here: https://minireference.com/static/excerpts/noBSguide_v5_preview.pdf
Happy math learning to y'all!
PS: Check out the amazon.com because they have a crazy special: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0992001005/?tag=pfamazon01-20
smodak said:I just checked out the preview of your linear algebra book. Looks superb. Even has quantum mechanics applications. Definitely on my purchase list. Do you now when the print version is coming?
smodak said:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0992001005/?tag=pfamazon01-20
It has the exact topics you mentioned and a very enjoyable book to read.
An extended preview could be found here. See for yourself.
There are many great books for refreshing your math skills, but some popular options include "The Princeton Review Math Refresher for Standardized Tests," "The Humongous Book of Basic Math and Pre-Algebra Problems," and "Math Refresher for Adults: The Perfect Solution."
Yes, there are books specifically designed to help refresh your memory in math, such as "Math Refresher for Adults: The Perfect Solution" and "Math Memory Booster: Easy Math Drills for All Ages."
When choosing a math refresher book, consider your current level of math proficiency, the specific topics you want to review, and your learning style. It's also helpful to read reviews and sample chapters to get a sense of the book's approach and difficulty level.
Yes, many of these books can be used for test preparation, especially if they are specifically designed for standardized tests like the SAT, ACT, or GRE. However, it's always best to check the book's description or reviews to ensure it covers the specific topics and level of difficulty you need for your test.
Yes, there are many online resources that can supplement these books for refreshing your math skills. Some popular options include Khan Academy, MathisFun, and MathTV. These resources offer interactive lessons, practice problems, and tutorials on various math topics to help reinforce what you learn from the books.