Basic Math

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This is basic math you must understand before you can begin to understand Basic Physics.

  • Set Theory: Everybody should already have an intuitive grasp of this.
  • Logic: You should learn how to manipulate logical statements logically.
  • Arithmetic: This is probably the most difficult subject since it is so boring.
  • Algebra: How numbers behave, including what symbols mean.
  • Geometry: How shapes and figures behave. You can learn here how proofs work.
  • Trigonometry: How triangles behave in detail.
  • Calculus: Limits, basic derivatives, and integrals.

Until you master these things, you should stick with Pre-Basic Physics.

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