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is there a market for a maths website watch

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    which has good notes on the undergrad topics and some grad topics.

    i know you can get pdfs of lots of textbooks and lecture notes online nowadays, but would a site like i'm describing take off if you could jump right to the relevant topic using a search function? i guess the "search function" would act like google so maybe not.
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    (Original post by samharrison)
    which has good notes on the undergrad topics and some grad topics.

    i know you can get pdfs of lots of textbooks and lecture notes online nowadays, but would a site like i'm describing take off if you could jump right to the relevant topic using a search function? i guess the "search function" would act like google so maybe not.
    That would be amazing- like a degree level version of physicsandmathstutor (which is brilliant, really helpful) I look forward to it when I start my maths degree in a year and a halfs time haha 😊
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    This is needed. Imagine an examsolutions for undergrads omds
 
 
 
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