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List of resources to fully understand Mathematics

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Junkfood00, Nov 15, 2012.

  1. Junkfood00

    Junkfood00 Elite Member

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    Mathematics is a very essential subject that will always be part of our lives, you'll always need to understand some basics to move forward.
    Through my studies and still going, this list has helped me a lot to understand new things. These are the only sites you need, no more searching. Hope it helps you.



    Khan Academy - http://khanacademy.org/ A video site that teaches you everything and step by step, all is generalized, not much examples

    Patrick JMT - http://patrickjmt.com/ A video site with some tutorials but the main focus is on known problems, that are solved

    Math is fun - http://www.mathisfun.com/ From the first glance it will look like it's made for kids, I could say not but it's made in mind so that even a kid understands it. It's not easy to find those advanced tutorials you're looking for, just google "mathisfun.com keyword"

    Wolfram Alpha - http://www.wolframalpha.com/ An online calculator with amazing features - it does almost everything and for extended functionality it's like $3-$5 a month

    Matlab - A very huge and costly software but a one that also is very good for generating graphs and doing advanced calculations, you need to learn how to code (it's easy) but it pays off if you're doing a lot of reports and data processing, you know where to find it without paying ;)
     
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  2. davie9x

    davie9x Regular Member

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    Thanks for the list, seems helpful but too bad that is not in my country's language :/
     
  3. CoyoteAssassin

    CoyoteAssassin Elite Member

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    I have no interest in this but for anyone that does, Khan Academy is a great program.

    I wish I had access to it while in school. Other than math, they have a lot of other topics.
     
  4. viriya

    viriya Newbie

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    I like your lists, especially the khanacademy