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Hey i am studying electronic engineering and found this guy very useful. After these videos you can take some tasks to improve yourself. But it is from youtube. Sorry. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyE1TyblyLg
I think here you can find something useful. http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/#mathematics http://coblitz.codeen.org/press.princeton.edu/video/banner/ The first one are videos from MIT the second one is from Princeton. I hope to be able to help you.
@CarlTsar He is not able to use youtube. If he could I'd propose this site. http://www.khanacademy.org/
Have you tried iTunes U?
You might want to take a look at "Basic Training in Mathematics: A Fitness Program for Science Students" by Ramamurti Shankar. "Ramamurti Shankar is John Randolph Huffman Professor of Physics at Yale. He received his B. Tech in electrical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology in Madras and his Ph.D. in theoretical particle physics from the University of California, Berkeley."
You can't use youtube.. but can you download videos from archive.org? or iTunesU, MIT OCW Scholar upload their videos there, and you can download the exercise too
hi Qamary there are a lot of such places/textbooks on inet, but to be more productive you should consider for what discipline you need mathematics. for example, if your purpose is computer science(CS), then its must to learn combined course "Mathematics for CS" which consists of Boolean Algebra Discrete Math & Combinatorics Graph Theory Number Theory Probability Set Theory, then comes linear algebra, Optimization Methods, Mat. Logic, Neural Networks, Numeric Methods. for physics its better to concentrate on calculus(single & multi variable), differential equations, liner algebra. So firstly define what is your purpose to learn mathematics, then find those courses in MIT OpenCoursware, find what book they use and download them from bookfi.org, mirknig.com (I was able to find more than 80% of books mentioned in MIT courses from this sites ). Also lecture video from MIT OCW can help(http://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm) Good Luck
or Simply try to open "VIEMO" , it contain the same Videos as YouTube http://vimeo.com/search?q=linear+algebra i advice you to use this book as a start in the Engineering Mathematics https://rapidshare.com/#!download|405p6|1225654431|Bird_1_Basic_Engineering_Mathematics.pdf|5991|0|0