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May
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comment Seeking advice from all
@user99088 Use a proper mathematics textbook, not revision guides. I'd suggest completing the textbooks and then hitting the exam papers to see where your weaknesses lie, once you know where your weaknesses lie go over that chapter in the textbook thoroughly, and then attempt the exam paper question once more and ensure that you can do it. If you can not, there is a weakness in your knowledge and you need to go over the theory in your textbook again.
May
14
comment What exactly IS a square root?
I asked a similar question here: math.stackexchange.com/questions/537383/…
May
13
comment What sequence should I study these topics in?
I've just re-read this after some time and it's quite sound advice, thank you.
May
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revised Why is ${x^{\frac{1}{2}}}$ the same as $\sqrt x $?
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revised General questions about Parametric equations
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Apr
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revised I need help organising these books by topic
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Apr
28
comment I need help organising these books by topic
@Bye_World I just wanted to drop in to thank you again, your help has been very valuable to me, thank you!
Apr
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Apr
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revised Is there a companion to the book 'A Synopsis of Elementary Results in Pure and Applied Mathematics' by George S. Carr?
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revised Is there a companion to the book 'A Synopsis of Elementary Results in Pure and Applied Mathematics' by George S. Carr?
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Apr
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asked Is there a companion to the book 'A Synopsis of Elementary Results in Pure and Applied Mathematics' by George S. Carr?
Apr
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comment Which book was used for Math 112 at Harvard back in 2001--2002?
Quora is a Q&A community similar to Stack Exchange, however it seems to be broader in the questions it allows to be asked. There seem to be quite a few people on the site who went to Harvard University who may be able to help you. www.quora.com
Mar
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revised What are some useful tricks/shortcuts for verifying trigonometric identities?
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Mar
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comment Which book was used for Math 112 at Harvard back in 2001--2002?
You'd be more likely to get a response to this question at Quora
Mar
18
revised What are some useful tricks/shortcuts for verifying trigonometric identities?
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revised Big list of books on counterexamples and other clever observations in different topics
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Mar
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revised What is the difference between the geometric and trigonometric definition of an angle?
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