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I have graduated high school in israel recently, and i would like to proceed learning math by my self. How do I do that? can you recommend about some sites or books that teach Applied mathematics?

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  • $\begingroup$ This question is very broad. Maybe you could include some information what type of applied mathematics you would be especially interested in. You can edit the question. $\endgroup$ – quid Apr 16 '17 at 10:53
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You might look at Robert Ghrist's superb Coursera Calculus course:


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Using mathematics to solve problems outside of mathematics often involves lots of technical tools that require systematic study beyond high school. But learning about the diversity of ways that mathematics is being applied and learning about ways to construct mathematical models, ways to take "real world problems" and put them in mathematical form is an important skill in its own right. You can download this report from SIAM (Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics and COMAP (The Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications) for free, and it provides lots of examples of mathematical modeling.

http://www.comap.com/Free/GAIMME/

COMAP also publishes a newsletter called Consortium (recent issues free) which deals with mathematical modeling and some of the non-standard areas where mathematics is being put to use. Free issues of Consortium and other free materials from COMAP are shown on the this page. Many of these materials can be read only with a high school mathematics background.

http://www.comap.com/Free/

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