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Re: [math-67] Taking a math course together

From: Jeff A.
Sent on: Wednesday, August 17, 2011 10:50 PM
We could use one of the many free math textbooks available. Some are
listed here: http://people.mat...­

I have others, if needed, e.g., baby Rudin is a popular source for
analysis, and there are problem sets with answers on MIT OCW that use
that book.

-- 
Jeff Medina

"Do you want to live forever?"
"Dunno. Ask me again in five hundred years."
(_Guards! Guards!_, Terry Pratchett)

http://ddg.gg­

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