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Pickung up mathematics again by John Ceffingwick - Fri, 09 Feb 2018 13:05:24 EST ID:GjyUyNd4 No.15604 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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So i've got a question regarding university level math. I'd like to start studying Business Informatics. I'm currently working as a developer at a bank, so that's probably an advantage.
My problem is that I basically dropped learning mathematics when we started with functions like f(x)=12x²+4x³+23 and stuff like that. It's not that I'm not good, I had a few bad teachers and even more personal problems. Now i want to gitgud again.

So what resources should I consider? I'd like to get a some good recommendation regarding university-level mathematics that start small but go big.


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