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MOOCs for college-level discrete math?

Specifically I am looking for short lectures (and quizzes) on specific topics. (like Khan Academy offers) Topics I am learning about include; Intro logic-theory + set-theory Notation, negation, ...
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Study regimen for discrete mathematics? - Lack high-school maths…

I have just gotten into college, and will be studying mathematics from next semester. (this course) Unfortunately I did not study mathematics for the last 2-3 years of high-school mathematics. What ...
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Do free online collaborative solution manuals exist?

I'm not a mathematician by training and a rarely come in contact with mathematicians. For this reason I find solution manuals to be incredibly useful - reading them allows me to see how experienced ...
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Best Sets of Lecture Notes and Articles

Let me start by apologizing if there is another thread on math.se that subsumes this. I was updating my answer to the question here during which I made the claim that "I spend a lot of time sifting ...
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Links to Online Videos of Good-Quality Lectures by Mathematicians

I am not trying to do anything new here, but I would like to start an activity that has been going on at Math Overflow. Hopefully, people here at the Math StackExchange can also enjoy the good stuff. ...
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What is a good communication platform, which supports something like TeX-code?

I moved away and am now planning to communicate with a friend over the internet and talk about mathematical subjects (e.g. via Skype). However the text blocks like "\int_G\omega..." in a chat window ...
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Generalized eigenvalue solver online

For demonstrative purposes, I am trying to find an online solver where alumni can input data of two matrices A and B, then the system outputs the first eigenvalues and eigenvectors in the generalized ...
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Is there a good “bridge” between high school math and the more advanced topics?

I love math and would like to know more of it. However, whenever I try to pick up a book on what I consider to be "advanced" mathematical topics, I often have a hard time understanding some of the ...
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Mastering Math - Grade school- to College-level?

I'm having difficulty with my math, fractions and up. I used to understand it all, but it's been so long since I've touched the book (I finished it a couple of months ago, picked it up to review ...
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Can I learn Calculus on the web, for free, using simple tutorials?

I'm a lazy type of person. I love experimenting with things before learning the theory. I like to practice, and learn from my mistakes. In 3-4 months I have a basic University exam on Calculus, and ...