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The Bare Bones of a Book

  1. Nov 6, 2011 #1
    Lets say you knew topology and hadn't read Munkres, but still you were curious as to how
    he approaches the material, in a very detailed way, yet couldn't get hold of a copy of the book.

    Well all you'd need is to check out this link: http://dbfin.com/2011/03/2000-munkres-topology-essentials-chapter-2/ [Broken]

    If you check that link out & compare it with the book I think you'll find the bare bones up
    there at least.

    What I'm looking for is other links like this on other books on other areas of math/physics,
    mainly for revision/time-saving/moore-style purposes & would be much appreciated :biggrin:

    For example I'm pretty sure this: http://www.maths.tcd.ie/~levene//1214/pdf/theorems.pdf
    comes from Durbin's Modern Algebra book, but obviously the Munkres link is far closer
    to it's book than that link is to Durbin.
     
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