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Greetings all. I am a high school student in the U.S., and have recently completed Math Analysis (Pre-Calculus). I believe that it is time for me to strike it out on my own. Any ideas where to start, or what to look up first?

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Linear algebra is most simply described as "numerical geometry".

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HELP SOMEONE PLEASE!

The forum won't let me start a new topic. Maybe someone can help me. I'm taking Physics at LSU. My text book came with no disk, so I have no solutions to any problems in my book. I know there are a few websites that I could use without having to buy the stupid disk or pay any stupid internet fees. I'm having a hard time in this course, it's geared directly towards engineering majors. These solutions would help me out alot since I have a crappy Professor. The text is "Fundamentals of Physics" 6th Edition by Halliday & Resnick.


I would appreciate some help. thanks.

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For math in science and physics.... CALCULUS. Calculus 1, 2, &3 Calculus Calculus Calculus regular not business related or that other crap Straight up Calculus

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HELP SOMEONE PLEASE!

The forum won't let me start a new topic. Maybe someone can help me. I'm taking Physics at LSU. My text book came with no disk, so I have no solutions to any problems in my book. I know there are a few websites that I could use without having to buy the stupid disk or pay any stupid internet fees. I'm having a hard time in this course, it's geared directly towards engineering majors. These solutions would help me out alot since I have a crappy Professor. The text is "Fundamentals of Physics" 6th Edition by Halliday & Resnick.


I would appreciate some help. thanks.


Look up. Look to the right. See the "New Thread" button? Click it once. Then ask your question in your own thread, asking it in somebody elses is disrespectful and distracting.

And please be careful about quadruple posting, it's obnoxious to everyone here.

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