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rosekidcute said:This may look a bit stupid , but i have been trying to learn calculus from scratch ,
I have been refreshing my
Arithmetic
Algebra
Trigonometry
like this ...
Please stop doing this!rosekidcute said:Just a bit of an update , let me try to put all the things i have learned or trying to learn in one post ...
I disagree. Without understanding, all you have done is compiled lists of a wide variety of techniques to do various things. What is your purpose with all these lists? Do you plan to rote memorize all of these formulas? This is not the way to really learn anything.rosekidcute said:Ok so it starts withArithmetic
Algebra
Trigonometry
whole numbers , natural numbers , integers , rational numbers , irrational numbers .
factors ( reducible), prime factors (irreducible), greatest common factor (same as greatest common divisor ), least common multiple
Monomial , binomial , trinomial , polynomial
simplify , factoring (factorization )
View attachment 196919Factoring polynomials
’To factor’ means to break up into multiples.
Methods of Factoring
Factor by Distributive law method
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Factor by grouping
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Factor by Splitting
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Factor by Very Famous Polynomials
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After that trigonometry ,
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Calculus Derivatives and Limits
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Calculus Integrals
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The only thing missing from this awesome looking list of information is differential equations ,This is sweet :)
Not much. All it shows is that you are able to copy and paste a bunch of images. That post doesn't tell me anything about your abilities to actually do anything.rosekidcute said:What do you guys think of that post #6 ? I updated it a bit :)
Why? Learning differential equations takes a lot more effort than merely compiling a list.rosekidcute said:I wish i could find a list like that for differential equation too
Those images are useful reminders after you have learned the material, but when you're starting out, such summaries aren't useful at all, IMO.rosekidcute said:I am sorry about the images , i was trying to collect some really good materials on the subjects i was trying to learn .
Most of the local books lacks all these quality stuffs , all of those local texts only makes the learning process a bit harder
I am from India and i have to depend on the internet for some quality texts and study materials like these , which is why i was a bit excited to see a nice list of things i could follow .
Mark44 said:Finding an image on the web and understanding what is on the image are two different things.
rosekidcute said:I am from India and i have to depend on the internet for some quality texts and study materials like these , which is why i was a bit excited to see a nice list of things i could follow .
Trigonometry is a branch of mathematics that deals with the study of triangles and the relationships between their sides and angles.
The basic trigonometric functions are sine, cosine, and tangent. These functions relate the ratio of the sides of a right triangle to its angles.
Trigonometry has many practical applications in fields such as engineering, physics, astronomy, and navigation. It is used to calculate distances, heights, and angles in real-world situations.
The unit circle is a circle with a radius of 1 unit. It is used in trigonometry to find the values of sine, cosine, and tangent for any angle. The unit circle is also useful for visualizing and understanding trigonometric concepts.
Sine is the ratio of the opposite side to the hypotenuse of a right triangle. Cosine is the ratio of the adjacent side to the hypotenuse. Tangent is the ratio of the opposite side to the adjacent side. They each represent different relationships between the sides and angles of a triangle.