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http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1593274130
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are these any good? I saw a calculus and physics one as well

I might get them for my friend who is a NEET and spends all day playing vidya and watching anime
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>>6668691
"my friend"

Sure.
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>>6668693
well I took the intro calc physics and linear algebra classes in college

although it wouldn't hurt to review my linear algebra!
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>>6668690
how new are you?
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>>6668690
For all the /sci/tizens who want to get it for an hypothetical neet friend...

dl.free.fr/vmnKqDnWu
password : NEET

pic related
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>not left-to-right
>no fuckkn thansk
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>>6668767
THIS GUY UGH
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>>6668691
They're not bad. Very informal but also intuitive and with a lot of pictures.
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>>6668741
>dl.free.fr/vmnKqDnWu
where is the download link?
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>>6668741
what about username?
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>>6668741
Thank you, I'll start reading it now... to my NEET friend.

>>6668942
The red-bordered rectangle. I didn't get it at first either, but Google Translate helped.
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>>6668942
Sorry, I didn't pay attention to the fact that this is a french website.
You're supposed to click on "Validez et télécharger le fichier" (inside the red box)

Here's another link
speedy (dot) sh (slash) BDsH5 (slash) The-Manga-Guide-to-Linear-Algebra-gnv64.pdf
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>>6668957
no username needed
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>>6668741
I think my... friend will like this.

Thanks, anon!
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>>6668741
>dl.free.fr/vmnKqDnWu
not into manga but i am taking intro to linear, and needed something to prepare before the class. Thanks I'll see if i can enjoy this.
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>>6668741
These have too much text on them. I want a book with only pictures!
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>>6668741
Please use volafile.io for things like this, it's made by some /g/entooman and isn't in French.
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>>6668779
>not left-to-right
this shit is mirror'd
tfw confused as fuck
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>>6668741
Thank you anon.
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>>6668741
>>6668963
Ans here is a mirror that is not terrible: http://dl4.
volafile.
io/download/W414P8PBOwoq/The%20Manga%20Guide%20to%20Linear%20Algebra%20%28gnv64%29.pdf
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>>6669089
Thanks.
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Does anyone have more of these manga guides?

I'm finding the linear algebra one a lovely read.
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How long would it take for someone to "learn" linear algebra?
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>it reads left to right
Way to ruin my immersive nihongonese mathematical experience.
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>>6669385
Search on your favorite torrent site for "manga guide to" and you will find the others.
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>>6669456
I don't use illegal things like that.
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>>6669516
If you post on 4chan, you are already assumed to be a criminal. A terrorist too, for that matter.

Congratulations.

You are a criminal.
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>>6669552
Nooo :(

I am just a poor student, don't arrest me
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>>6668741
how well made
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>>6669552
http://youtu.be/SLMJpHihykI

>>6669565
http://youtu.be/fJ9rUzIMcZQ
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>>6668690
Is it just me or am I the only one that finds it harder to learn from these types of books verses the more traditional plain-text textbooks?
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>>6668691
Yeah, the one on Biology was pretty damn dope.
Definitely would recommend.
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>Trouble in Linear Algebra class
If you've gotten that far you probably won't need any help.
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>>6668741
This should be the actual common core.
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>>6669062
Lain pls go and stay go.
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but wait, there's more!
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>>6668690
I read the manga guide to statistics. I thought it was an interesting way to put math in a graphic medium.
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>>6668690
I need this manga.
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I've read the Biochemistry one and it was very good. There's little of plot even compared to most doujins, there are a lot of details and the statements are perfectly correct. The only Biochem book I had read before was Harper's Biochemistry, so I could easily compare the quality, which was indeed on par.

Here's Biochemistry, Relativity and Physics: http://bayfiles.net/file/1iCjG/iMz0oj/manga-guides.tar.gz
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>>6668741
Damn it, why didn't I have this for my Linear Algebra Course...
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Does anyone have the electricity one?
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>>6673838
Yeah.
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>>6668690
linear algebra
https://torrentz.eu/da9dda75f0a10b04d5dbe63628f43dbf32a13da6

the rest of the guides
https://torrentz.eu/0ebfb8d5c27e2f85c15f38353deef2f405c93a78

they work i downloaded them all
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>>6673838
ddl:

volafile.io
/r/
CQjX78
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charity bump , I think this thread deserves more exposure.
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Man, I can't believe someone actually put in the effort to make these things. Drawing manga alone takes fucking forever, and then trying to explain mathematical concepts in a visual way, in manga form? That's fucking ridiculous.
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>>6677319

I still have a Doraemon manga about basic geometry stored somewhere in the attic.
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>>6675105
>>6675350
thanks anons
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These books are actually very good. They have examples as well as "So is x an example of y, and does this mean that the z of g is h?" kind of things that a lot of people would ask a teacher, which isn't usually found in books. Plus, it's a lot more enjoyable than just reading a textbook.

However, it's generally brief overviews of concepts, but it's good for getting an understanding or reviewing for a test.
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>>6675350
>CQjX78
Thank you very much. I downloaded every one of them
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>>6668691
I haven't read the Manga guide yet, but on a similar note, Larry Gonick's books are quite good.
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>>6672503
are you a cudder?
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S-so how intensive is this?
Could it help in my college studies?
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do you have a Manga Guide to Walter Rudin's Wee Wee?
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>>6679159
someone needs to draw a cover for this
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So far it looks more big picture than most text books. I like that. Can anyone recommend other textbooks that work on developing a global picture, rather than a... linear ... approach?

Alternatively, Can anyone recommend methods of developing global understanding of topics while using linear texts?
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>>6679257
linear algebra for dummies?

The funny thing is that I didn't know until know, but it actually exists

http://libgen.org/book/index.php?md5=98F11F197EDDEFAFDD909B002B3603CD
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>>6672508
I want one on K-theory. When will this happen?
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>>6679850
Well, there's this if you're okay with it:
http://www.lulu.com/shop/j-maruyama/galois-knot-theory/paperback/product-21282966.html?showPreview=true

This up-to-date book is strongly recommended as a high school textbook. Intended for researchers and advanced graduate students, this eloquent book will introduce the reader to the classification of super-compact algebras as well as an example of Cantor. A brilliant discussion of closed lines is reserved to later chapters. [...] The notable author is a prominent expert in non-linear category theory. In the last 769 years, many advances have been made in convex algebra. The reference combines a rewarding account of parabolic arithmetic with a up-to-date description of higher universal number theory.
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>>6679323
thanks doc
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>>6672508
>relativity

That shit better involve tensor analysis and a rigorous derivation of Einstein's field equations and not just stop at a haphazard conceptual run-through of GR.
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>>6680141
implying "tensor analysis" isn't just a haphazard run-through of module theory and homological algebra
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>>6675350
Am I too retarded to use this or is there nothing here?
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>>6680151
no, it's empty now.
Someone must have found funny to delete everything (it's a shared room : everybody can upload and/or delete files).

Try the torrent link.
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doujins when
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