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Yakk wrote:hey look, the algorithm is a FSM. Thus, by his noodly appendage, QED
tameree wrote:I am looking to develop my mathematical mind as much as possible. The "highest" classes I have taken are Calculus I & II as well as linear algebra. I'd be looking for either a bunch of books or some sort of guide (similar to the guide "How to become a good theoretical physicist" for physics) that ranges from algebra up to topology, complex analysis and partial differential equations.
Kewangji wrote:Someone told me I need to stop being so arrogant. Like I'd care about their plebeian opinions.
mdyrud wrote:Hey, I've been looking at grad schools recently, and many of them require that you be able to read mathematical papers in German, French, or Russian. I've taken a semester of German, so I know a little bit. Does anyone have recommendations for some lower level books in German for me to start on? My first thought was something in Discrete Mathematics or some other introductory course with a wider range of vocabulary.
mdyrud wrote:Hey, I've been looking at grad schools recently, and many of them require that you be able to read mathematical papers in German, French, or Russian. I've taken a semester of German, so I know a little bit. Does anyone have recommendations for some lower level books in German for me to start on? My first thought was something in Discrete Mathematics or some other introductory course with a wider range of vocabulary.
Atomic Piranha wrote:I'm a college student home for the summer and I'm looking for some math to do for fun and to keep my brain working. Does anyone know of any good books with lots of interesting math problems/puzzles to work through? Wikipedia tells me that recreational mathematics is a developed field but I've never really heard of it before.
Atomic Piranha wrote:I'm a college student home for the summer and I'm looking for some math to do for fun and to keep my brain working. Does anyone know of any good books with lots of interesting math problems/puzzles to work through? Wikipedia tells me that recreational mathematics is a developed field but I've never really heard of it before.
Inpriss Sorce wrote:Anything by Martin Gardner.
Giallo wrote:I'm looking for a good introductory book to statistics, anybody has some hint?
Giallo wrote:I'm looking for a good introductory book to statistics, anybody has some hint?
Thesh wrote:I'm looking for a good book on number theory that is approachable to someone who took calculus and linear algebra 6 years ago, forgot most of it, and hasn't really studied anything math related since them
Yakk wrote:hey look, the algorithm is a FSM. Thus, by his noodly appendage, QED
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