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    hi :)

    hi,i am new here,i am a 14 year-old kid,i am entirely attracted by math,i always read math books online,but i got many problems since i dont really know many symbols' meaning,can anyone introduce a place where i can learn more about math symbols?
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    I do not think you can really learn what these symbols mean by reading about them. I think the best way to learn about these symbols is that study the branch of math which uses them.
    Here are some:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mathematical_symbols

    Caution, eventhough this website explains these symbols it does not mean you will understand them all. Because just like I said the best (perhaps only) way to learn about these symbols is to study the branch of math which uses them.
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    Well, depending on the symbol you might be able to pick it up easily. If you see something like this, x^2, that notation is easy to learn. However if you run into one of these, \int it's gonna take some time.
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    thx for the link
    i have studied it,but i cant be able to understand all of them
    but i will just go on my studying,thx a lot

    i am studying an algebra book these days,it ends with precalculus algebra,what do u guys recommend me to study after the book?
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    Maybe Trigonometry?
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    well.................i thought tha trigo exist because of the Pyth. Theorem...
    and it won't help much in my study,in fact,should i study calculus afterprecalculus agebra?
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