[Tutor] Advice on math

Modulok modulok at gmail.com
Sun Jun 27 09:53:43 CEST 2010

>> Hello, I've enjoying learning python for the first few years, and
>> appreciate all the help I have received from this list. I had some
>> interest in programming and am very glad to have made python my choice
>> of programming language. Since I didn't go to college for computer
>> studies, I feel my math is kind of rusty in some areas, and looks like
>> improving/regaining math skills would help a lot in programming,
>> logic, algorithms, etc.
>> Right now I think I need a better understanding of logarithm, arrays
>> (matrixes), and even probability. What links would you all recommend
>> that would be useful for me to learn these things in a newbie-friendly
>> way?
> If you want to code+learn, nothing beats ProjectEuler (
> http://projecteuler.net/ ). However I assume you have basic understanding of
> maths.

Not to hijack the thread, but that's awesome! Only when you solve the
problems and then read the forum thread, do you realize how crude your
own solutions are, compared to some very clever fellows. Far better
than a crossword to keep things stimulated.


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