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# Free mathematics books

By Murray Bourne, 20 Jul 2009

Here's a valuable resource - a whole bunch of math textbooks free for download. Most of them have been released under a Creative Commons license, which means you are allowed to print them and copy them. There are different types of Creative Commons licenses, so make sure you know what you are allowed to do.

Here's the resource: Mathematics Books Online.

There are science, engineering and medical books on that site, too.

See the 9 Comments below.

### 9 Comments on “Free mathematics books”

1. Kodou says:

I have to say, that this is very helpful and needed. Thank you again

2. mathematics for finance says:

i would like to have a finance math book for my class.thank you!

3. Steven says:

Great list. Thanks for the post, Zac.

4. kf says:

It is very helpful, especially for the needy students.
Thanks.....

5. Hasan Ali says:

It's been very useful. Keep posting such useful stuff.

6. Richard says:

Iam called Richard a maths instructor in Uganda(East Africa), i should say iam previllaged to have access to this offer of free mathematics books online. It has greatly enhanced my math career and also to my students!

7. lyndon says:

very useful resource, will go a long way in improving my math.

8. Mathew says:

Very useful resource indeed. Thanks

9. Peter Mulendema says:

your books have helped a lot and my students are now appreciating the beauty of mathematics and its power. please continue sending me more mathematics programmes and books or any thing mathematical. you are great.

### Comment Preview

HTML: You can use simple tags like <b>, <a href="...">, etc.

To enter math, you can can either:

1. Use simple calculator-like input in the following format (surround your math in backticks, or qq on tablet or phone):
a^2 = sqrt(b^2 + c^2)
(See more on ASCIIMath syntax); or
2. Use simple LaTeX in the following format. Surround your math with $$ and $$.
$$\int g dx = \sqrt{\frac{a}{b}}$$
(This is standard simple LaTeX.)

NOTE: You can mix both types of math entry in your comment.

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