An affordable textbook with concise lessons that are fun to read.
Enjoy a comprehensive review of high school math, and lessons that integrate calculus and mechanics concepts into a coherent whole.
Worried about an upcoming exam? Don't be. Give me three weeks of your attention and I'll teach you everything you need to know about equations, functions, vectors, forces, momentum, energy, limits, derivatives, integrals, sequences, and series.
The textbook comes with 250+ problems to help you succeed on your exams.
Curious to learn math and physics but never had the time? Now's your chance!
Try the practice problems to test your understanding.
Beef up your math skills and get rid of math phobia. Discover a beautiful subject that can bring you tons of knowledge buzz.
Doing math is like playing with LEGO. It's fine if you don't want to play, but you'd be missing out on a lot of fun.
You can learn math and physics, regardless of your math background.
Finally, a math textbook that doesn't suck.
I studied electrical engineering, physics, and computer science at McGill University, tracing the mathematical connections between these fields.
I have more than 15 years of teaching experience as a private tutor, and I've helped many students overcome their fear of math and ace their exams. My teaching strategy focusses on explaining the connections between concepts.
I started Minireference Publishing Co. to bring much-needed changes to the textbook industry. Using open source software and print-on-demand technology, we produce high-quality textbooks at a fraction of the price of mainstream textbooks.
Only have a few days before your mechanics final? Unprocrastinate with this tutorial.
Linear algebra tutorial on fast-forward.
Halfway through linear algebra and feeling lost? Don't give up! This tutorial guides the way.
A summary of the upcoming linear algebra book.
An introduction to the computer algebra system SymPy, which you can use to solve math problems.
Recommended reading for people who fear math; once you learn SymPy, math problems fear you!
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Sept 2014: Fifth edition released with 250+ new solved problems, content improvements to the text (working with a professional editor), and a new SymPy tutorial in appendix.
Jan 2013: The No BS guide to Math & Physics was announced on Hacker News, and topped the homepage for a whole day.