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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

ok-while i search for grant money-i wanna start learnin now. before beginning the MIT lecture series,should i take a math course since i have limited math skills?i just wanna know what should be my very 1st step..im sooo newbie:)

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  1. anonymous
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    It is not necessary to take a math course before taking this course but it may be helpful depending on the math level you are already at.

  2. anonymous
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    i took basic math in high school-yeaaarrrs ago. no algebra,nada. just basic math is all i know.where would you suggest i start?

  3. anonymous
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    Math levels up to calculus are used when doing advanced programming. For this course there is some algebra but I think that is it. So far I haven't had to use any calculus but I might in the future I don't know. Also if you are really interested in programming and are dedicated then it shouldn't matter you may just have to work a little harder to come up with a solution. So it's kind of up to you whether you take a math course or not. Personally I would say you need to learn algebra but others may say otherwise I don't know.

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