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Learning General Anonymous 147672

Does anyone have any advice on how I can learn linear algebra in a couple weeks?

I don't have any class or anything just want to learn math

Anonymous 147673

hmmm…

when I posted this I got a "flood detected" message, dunno what that was about

Anonymous 147681

Get a math book about linear algebra and teach yourself I guess. Maybe this website helps
https://www.khanacademy.org/math/linear-algebra

Anonymous 147688

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The higher math you learn the fewer accessible resources are out there, so finding an engaging textbook and teaching yourself is probably the way to go. My prof in college had us use the Strang linear algebra text which was very popular and a lot of students said that was their favorite math class ever. The Life of Fred series is a total meme but has a lot of higher math. The approach is unconventional but lets you choose how rigorously you want to learn.

Anonymous 147711

>>147672
read Ultralearning

Anonymous 147765

Use Kahn academy it's rally great.

Anonymous 147782


Anonymous 147796

>>147672
Khan Academy and a university textbook.
Have fun

Anonymous 147831

>>147688
holy shit, i never thought i'd find another person who has heard of the Life of Fred books. i would definitely second this nona's recommendation, these are very good books for learning math. just keep in mind there's a lot of weird stuff thrown in there, some of it being surprisingly political.

Anonymous 147922

can you post pdfs on this chan?

Anonymous 147941

only text

Anonymous 149216

how do i learn blender

Anonymous 151453

anyone have good studying tips? need help keeping stuff in my long term memory

Anonymous 151466

>>151453
take notes, and spaced repetition. outside of that it's pretty much up to your perseverance and the amount of work you put in.

Anonymous 151495

>>147672
The couple weeks are done; how did you do OP?

Anonymous 151500

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>>151495
did pretty well. didn't learn shit and watched anime. didn't even try.



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