anonymous
  • anonymous
Hey guys I wanted to go into Calculus, vectors, number theory, and several other topics. However, I cannot find any good books with excersises (with solutions). Could anyone reccomend some books, or possible online resources, where I can do a lot of pratice excersies and not just theory?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I'll tell you what, visit the library and go to the maths sect. Just look around for a book with explanations, examples and exercises for the topic you want. I got "Calculus" homework help for my first semester and it helped alot :). All you've got to do is just choose which book you feel comfortable with, and you'll be just fine ^_^ Good luck! :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks unfortunately I live in a country where the language is not english, so the Library won't help much :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
You know, if you look at a site called, 4shared.com, you might find a book or two on there that you can download for free.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Here are two links which may help: http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/ http://jtaylor1142001.net/calcjat/CFrames/Index00.htm The second one is mine.

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