vovka

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  1. Learn math, physic and algebra from scratch and solo

    Hi dude! I was concerned with the same questions and just surfed the internet...I picked up some books and started working through. The main question is what is the best choice for self studying, and the answer varies from person to person depends on his background and goals. Certainly you should have a calculus book (there are plenty of them in net), some general physics book (like 'fundamentals of physics' by Halliday and Resnick) and probably linear algebra book. If your knowledge in elementary algebra and in trigonometry is not strong enough you should look for some as well. If you want I can give you some pdf-copies I use or the reference to the source I got them... Good luck with your studying.
  2. homework help

    I don't agree with answer. I think 'inverse' forgot to change sign...
  3. Limit calculator (solver)

    I use it, but some limits cannot be solved by this mean (it has a good graphing utility instead and you can figure out needed value). Also I use another one placed in onsolver.com and don't have any trouble to this day except for poor understanding about this kind of matter
  4. Limit calculator (solver)

    Hi everyone. Is there any good FREE on-line limit solver? Thanks. I've already found one....