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What are you doing lurking in our Facebook group?
Where have you disappeared to these days?
Hi, would it be possible for you to help me on some mechanics questions (M3) please?
Congratulations on your results. They are amazing and you are a genius. I wish you the best of luck for the future.
I will check these books by Zorich and I'll see whether I would find them better.
It is good that they are two books, and if they're what I need, I'll try with them.
Thanks for the information!
I sent it some time ago, but thought you were busy or something.
You mentioned that you did some Analysis, and I would like to know what books you found useful.
What is your opinion for the following two?
1. A First Course in Mathematical Analysis
2. A Second Course in Mathematical Analysis
I'm planning to do some more studies on Analysis this April, and I seek proper, explanatory books.
The first book I've already seen and like it (also the two are recommended for Cam's course), but I want to compare a few.
Mainly, I like books which go in series, so that I can stick to the same author(s).
Hi. Did you get my message? I think everything is strange after this update.
sitting 8 in year 10 (english etc doing the coursework in year 9) and 10 in year 11 (3 in maths: maths, stats and FSMQ)
well plz just ignore the previous msg... i've already posted a link on the thread... i'm not showing off my work in any way, it's just.. since someone doubted it, i would like to prove..
Find all functions f,g: R^2 to R^2 such that |f|<|g| and |f'|>|g'|
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