Dason wrote:Are you starting a graduate program in stats soon? If so what school? I don't have anything quite like that but some programs are more applied, some much more theoretical - and a recommendation can depend on the type of program.
gorcee wrote:Modern calculus books: who's using what?
I need to freshen up on some basic Calculus. I still have my older edition Larson, Hostetler, and Edwards book, but I am curious what books people are using these days for Calc 1 and 2, which would include up through multiple integration (though perhaps less emphasis on vector calculus).
friction wrote: I'm aware of the Math Links thread, but I'd like some dead-tree and ebook resources.
dhokarena56 wrote:Does anybody have any suggestions for a good book about first-order logic? .
frezik wrote:Anti-photons move at the speed of dark
DemonDeluxe wrote:Paying to have laws written that allow you to do what you want, is a lot cheaper than paying off the judge every time you want to get away with something shady.
clonus wrote:Does anybody know of a good book for learning about algebraic varieties at a last year undergraduate/graduate level?
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