1. Hi everybody,
I wish to sharpen my math. our education in schools and university based on memorization. learn formula apply it on exam. questions. I am 18 and i am working in a production company as general 3d and technical artist. i wish to learn math by understanding it . after being close with 3d and programming i noticed worth of understanding math.
so can you give me aprogram i want to learn all from 0 by understanding it without memorizing.
thank you for your intrest from now   2.

3. Originally Posted by ph0t0n1st
Hi everybody,
I wish to sharpen my math. our education in schools and university based on memorization. learn formula apply it on exam. questions. I am 18 and i am working in a production company as general 3d and technical artist. i wish to learn math by understanding it . after being close with 3d and programming i noticed worth of understanding math.
so can you give me aprogram i want to learn all from 0 by understanding it without memorizing.
thank you for your intrest from now What did your school teach you to memorize?
Formulas? (a^2 + b^2 = c^2, distance formula, midpoint formula, quadratic equation, etc...)
or
Arithmetics? (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, exponent, square root, log, derivative, integrals, etc...)

If its formulas don't worry because those are much easier to understand.  4. hmm quadratic equations logarithm, last subject was matrices and characteristic in logarithm & cologoratima.  5. and can i ask you a good free math lesson site(i tried wikipedia but it is too heavy for me and i am stranger of math english )  6. Originally Posted by ph0t0n1st
hmm quadratic equations logarithm, last subject was matrices and characteristic in logarithm & cologoratima.
This is a very good site for quadratic equation and why it works:

Logarithms are the exact opposite of exponents.
This site explains them well:
http://www.themathpage.com/aPreCalc/logarithms.htm

Personally, I never liked matrices but here are some good sites for matrices:
http://library.thinkquest.org/20991/alg2/matrices.html
http://edhelper.com/Matrices.htm
http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~...erminants.html

I don't think there is just one website where you can go to learn math. You should just stick with google.com to search for all your math needs. For example search "quadratic formula proof" to find out why it works.

Anything else?  7. if you want to go really basic
mathsnet.net is good for practice  Bookmarks
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