Related Text for learning math for Computer programming

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    rebtux

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    Hello everyone;
    I was in math all throughout highschool. and my major was math in college.
    Then everything changed and I went in a tottaly different direction. (there is a life leasson in there for you ).
    I got my M.A in English Literature and my Doc. in Teaching.
    Now I am in the place I have to learn computer programming such as C and C#.
    I need refresh course in math and I need it very soon. What I want is a set of related Math books according to my level in math and related to computer programming (what of math used in computer programming). (Ebook would be nice but I will by a paperback also).
    I am counting on you.
    Thanks
     
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    TasosM

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    Hello,

    I could provide some answers regarding the programming part. Programming languages like C & C# have built in "Math" libraries/packages that you can import in your code and use them immediately. Especially C# makes use of the Microsoft .NET framework that has a lot of things prebuilt.

    You can easily grasp the basic concept by doing a Google search with the keywords i mentioned (Math/package/C# etc) and also have a look at the links provided below:

    C#:
    https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.math(v=vs.110).aspx
    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1557507/what-is-a-good-statistical-math-package-for-net
    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/5888366/math-operations-using-system-decimal-in-c

    C:
    http://www.tutorialspoint.com/c_standard_library/math_h.htm
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C_mathematical_functions
     
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