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I left school long back and so my mathematics knowledge also fades out.

I am trying hard to re-collect the basics about log / permutaion / combination / probability / polynomial equations.

I tried to get materials in internet but could not find something that is useful and can be bookmarked for any future reference.

I found one for Log. It is not very in detail.. But it gives an idea what is log is (copied one below)

Can someone help to identify similar simple materials for other mathematical concepts

Thank you for reading the post!!!

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Well, for permutations, combinations and some probability Ivan Niven's The Mathematics of Choice is a book I have found useful.

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