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Old 9th January 2009
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Default Math resources

I have started to develop some interest in Mathematics and I am working on improving my math. Also, I just realized that although my math isn't weak, its nowhere near the level it needs to be. I find the math in some academic papers almost impenetrable, so math has become a stumbling block. Also, It doesn't help that all this while I was under the impression that math is not important in my chosen field.

- What are the good math resourses on the net?

- What books do you recommend?
- What book(s) you think really helped you grok math?
(while i am mainly interested in math related to CS and under-grad/grad level please free to share any other books/info too)

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