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Author Various Entered2004-06-26 13:06:35 by jbeda
Editedit data record FreedomCopylefted: anyone can read, modify, and sell (disclaimer)
SubjectQ.A - Mathematics. Computer science (Mathematics)
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OpenTextBook starting with college math but with big plans
by Johann Beda on 2004-06-26 13:09:10, review #403
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content
substandard
writing
typical
Hoping to build on the collaborative model of Open Source software development, this GFDL licensed text is starting with mathematics and hopes to expand into the physical sciences and engineering. Currently largely unfinished there is much work to be done, but people are welcome to grab the most recent PDF or TeX sources and build upon it.

The poor content and writing scores given in this review reflect the very preliminary version of the text avaiable in 2004/06


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