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Could anyone please help me I feel lost. I would like to learn more Maths. I have 2 Env. Science Degrees, and work in a fairly a numerate/statistical job. Can anyone suggest where I might start with, I guess, Pure maths? I would be looking for books, or online resources. Am I fairly versed with stats tests but I feel my Maths is letting me down. All the books I find on amazon seem very specific and too complicated for a relative new comer. Thank you

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You say you feel your Maths is letting you down. Are you looking for maths that will help you do your job? –  oks Mar 27 '13 at 15:06
@Will: I think it is very difficult to answer your question and that we might need more information. Do you like applied or theoretical areas? What part of maths is letting you down? Are there specific areas for your job that you a more solid footing for? There are so many math topics and it is not clear what your needs / goals are. Regards –  Amzoti Mar 28 '13 at 1:56
Thank you for comments. Both areas mentioned are of interest to me. Its not letting me down per se, I just dojt feel entirely confident. I would be looking at college and undergraduate level material. Maybe ill do some more googling! Thanks guys –  Will Apr 1 '13 at 14:41

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