algebra   5300

« earlier    

Lecture 1 | Modern Physics: Quantum Mechanics (Stanford) | Best Images Collections HD For Gadget windows Mac Android
Lecture 1 | Modern-day Physics: Quantum Mechanics (Stanford) Lecture 1 of Leonard Susskind’s Modern-day Physics system concentrating on Quantum Mechanics. Recorded January 14, 2008 at Stanford College. This Stanford Continuing Experiments system is the 2nd of a six-quarter sequence of courses discovering the crucial theoretical foundations of modern-day physics. The subject areas lined in this […]
IFTTT  WordPress  Technology  algebra  calculus  geometry  Infinite  law  math  mechanics  Of  photons  physics  Precision  quantum  randomness  S  State  statistics  System  two 
2 days ago by wotek
Amazon.com: Customer reviews: Algebra
I'm pretty happy with this book, though it's not perfect by any means. It doesn't seem suitable for self-study for a "first course" in abstract algebra, but there's one saving grace. This text is used in conjunction with the "modern algebra" offering online at MIT's open courseware site. Using the text in conjunction with the video lectures is actually quite effective, even for a first course.

The book covers a lot of ground and as a result the proofs and examples are terse and require substantial effort to follow. As the lecturer in the MIT courseware says, "Artin will challenge you." That's something of a good thing and something of a bad thing. At times the student has to fill in some rather wide gaps.

For an introduction that is much more gentle and approachable, get Pinter's book. For a second book that is much less expensive, get Judson's book. If you want all the gory details, get Dummit and Foote.
algebra  math  books  elearning 
2 days ago by lena
Twitter
RT : Algebra II - TBAISD | Algebra |416222839
Algebra  from twitter
3 days ago by heyyouapp
Linear algebra explained in four pages
Excerpt from the NO BULLSHIT GUIDE TO LINEAR ALGEBRA by Ivan Savov
math  algebra  pdf 
5 days ago by rrraul
Less Weird Quaternions | Probably Dance
ing I've always been frustrated by how mysterious quaternions are. They arise from weird equations that you just have to memorize, and are difficult to debug because as soon as you deviate too far from the identity quaternion, the numbers are really hard to interpret. Most people implement quaternions once and then treat them as…
3d  math  graphics  geometry  algebra 
12 days ago by geetarista

« earlier    

related tags

!in-depth  3d  ai  algebraic-geometry  algebralinear  algorithm  analysis  awesome  bayesian  biology  book  books  brain  calculus  clifford.algebra  clifford  clojure  complex  computergraphics  conformal.geometry  course  courses  e  edu  education  elearning  episode-100  episode-101  euler  examples  fieldtheory  fitchteachers  fourier  free  galois  generic  geometric.algebra  geometry  graph  graphics  group-theory  groups  grouptheory  haskell  historyofscience  hpc  ifttt  infinite  information  interactive  law  learning  lecture-notes  lesson  lie  linear-algebra  linear  linearalgebra  lisp  log  machinelearning  math.gr  math  mathematics  maths  mechanics  ml  mooc  nibble  notation  numerics  of  open  opengl  pdf  photons  physics  pi  pl  podcast  polynomial  precalculus  precision  probability  programming  proof  puzzles  python  quantum  quaternion  quaternions  randomness  rec-math  resource  rotation  s  science  socialstudies  state  statistics  symmetry  system  teaching  technology  textbook  theorem  theory  topology  toread  trig  trigonometry  tutorial  two  type-systems  video  visual  visualization  weather  wikipedia  wordpress 

Copy this bookmark:



description:


tags: