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Anonymous 17/08/28(Mon)20:04 No. 16539 ID: 269c1e
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I'm hoping to return to college and do a second degree in math/a math related subject (ideally Computer Science). Unfortunately, I haven't done math in well over a decade, and when I did math previously it wasn't exactly the highest level math.

Can anyone recommend how I can best learn/re-learn/catch up to college level math and be ready and prepared?


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Anonymous 17/08/28(Mon)20:31 No. 16540 ID: 7983d8

Not trying to troll, but if math is what you need to recap on, get a math book.


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Anonymous 17/11/20(Mon)02:44 No. 16581 ID: b65d4e

So I know this is an older post but what the the heck.

Great math review site http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/
awesome math videos this guy will explain that shit real clear and easy https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoHhuummRZaIVX7bD4t2czg




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