I am a high school student. I have many mathematical concepts like calculus l and ll, trigonometry, complex numbers, etc.

My question is ” how can I understand mathematical equations, i.e, what the equations are saying and how to build the equations logically to get the solution”. ]]>

For a layman, can you prescribe a list of books/ basic approach to be able to acquire graduate level mathematics on their own?

Do you think that is possible?

I’d love to learn mathematics (among other subjects) for myself, and I’m looking for a way to approach this.

Thanks,

A

Appendix: E.1. zkSNARK Related Precompiled Contracts. We choose two numbers, both of which are prime.

(240) p ≡ 21888242871839275222246405745257275088696311157297823662689037894645226208583

etc. Does it pass the Tao sniff test?

]]>is age a factor too? for learning maths ,

i have been learning maths since two years and i am 17 years old ,

before that i didn’t know what is(1/2)

i am about to complete single variable calculus now,

and you are an inspiration for me (Y)

I was scrolling through the page at “terrytao.wordpress.com/tag/boolean-algebra” and happened to click on a link in the side bar. Under the “Software” heading, the link for “Papers” is currently “http://www.mekentosj.com/papers/”. This is broken and when “papers/” is removed (leaving just http://www.mekentosj.com/), it redirects to “https://www.readcube.com/papers/”.

*[Link now deleted – T.]*

This post relates to the about section because it relates to site use, site users definitely need to feel positive about using the site and free to develop their own senses for the subject, I see the WordPress blog by Terry as his own brilliant way of meeting the demand for his teaching and his work has been efficient and exemplar in meeting that demand and producing a site that is achieving a subtle and significant contribution to the site user’s mathematical experience. ]]>