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    they were so terrible. even most free online resources are better
    if anyone is thinking of getting them don't even bother waste of ur money
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    (Original post by CancerousSolved)
    I actually liked them. I think people who don't enjoy/aren't good at maths wouldn't like them, as I think they are a bit to detailed for people like yourself
    I like your avatar though
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    Are you talking to yourself?


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    (Original post by CancerousSolved)
    Cheers bae
    Do you like my avatar though?
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    (Original post by CancerousProblem)
    they were so terrible. even most free online resources are better
    if anyone is thinking of getting them don't even bother waste of ur money
    I got them and thought they were brilliant.


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    please give us more details on the boosk you bought and a bit more why you think they are rubbish
    I want to know as i want to buy them myself
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    (Original post by bigmansouf)
    please give us more details on the boosk you bought and a bit more why you think they are rubbish
    I want to know as i want to buy them myself
    I bought 'introduction to number theory' '25 years of the super brain' and a few others.

    introduction to number theory was just really boring compred to other number theory books like 'Gamma' that I read, and '25 years of the superbrain' not even sure why its a book its basically a bunch of maths questions and their answers. why would you need that book when stuff like STEP papers exist?

    It's not like anything you cant find online.

    imo 'solving mathematical problems' by Terence Tao was more interesting to read
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    Is this the rise of a new damoni or something? No. No. No!

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    thanks i am currently reading a pdf file about bridge into abstract mathematics which is very good
 
 
 
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