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    Math and Grade Level on these Terms?

    What type of math and grade level can someone learn, what some of the following terms listed mean, simplified ?
    Can anyone recommend any books ?


    • Transpose
    • Maximum in Set
    • Set Or
    • Dot Product
    • Are Parallel
    • Cross Product
    • Array Product
    • Array Sub Indices
    • etc
    • etc
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreyWolf View Post
    What type of math and grade level can someone learn, what some of the following terms listed mean, simplified ?
    Can anyone recommend any books ?


    • Transpose
    • Maximum in Set
    • Set Or
    • Dot Product
    • Are Parallel
    • Cross Product
    • Array Product
    • Array Sub Indices
    • etc
    • etc
    Most of these terms are met when studying vectors and matrices. The grade level depends on what education system you come from.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreyWolf View Post
    What type of math and grade level can someone learn, what some of the following terms listed mean, simplified ?
    Can anyone recommend any books ?


    • Transpose
    • Maximum in Set
    • Set Or
    • Dot Product
    • Are Parallel
    • Cross Product
    • Array Product
    • Array Sub Indices
    • etc
    • etc
    Any book on introductory linear algebra should cover all of these. The Schaum's outline series are usually quite good, while a lot of my friends used this one (E F Robertson is a Scottish chap, so naturally the book is recommended in most Scottish uni's). There is also a more advanced version of the second book.

    Where did you come across the term `maximum in a set'?
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    Thank you for the book suggestions. I've only glanced at the books suggested thus far, hopefully they are easy to understand any more options I'd be interested in
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