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  1. Hi guys, Thank you very much for your replies - I will look into each of those books. Local library is a great idea I hadn't though of. That'll help me spend less money on Amazon Thanks again, Luke
  2. Hi all, I am becoming increasingly interested in the science and mathematics and was wondering if you could offer some advice. I didn't do well at school (Lazy, uninterested) however later in life have found I am very interested in a number of areas. I'm studying a distance course in Astrobiology via Coursera (Uni of Princeton) but find myself wishing I'd paid more attention in biology, chemistry and physics. I have been teaching myself mathematics and am at a good standard of pre-calculus (confident with trig and algebra, exponents etc). Can anybody recommend a book which gives a good (but probably relatively shallow) introduction to the key sciences upon which I can build? Or at least so that when basics like cell structure and fundamental physics are involved, I'm not constantly required to search online? Does such a rounded book exist? Hope you can help!
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