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04-11-2016, 10:26 AM
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Maths Cursus
Hi all,
I've found on the NET some usefull training books for studying Maths and also
English.

I'm glad to show you some titles I now use for learning.

Since I'm retired, I've time for learning and it's good for neuronal training !

Wink


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04-11-2016, 02:26 PM
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(04-11-2016 10:26 AM)ggauny@live.fr Wrote:  I'm glad to show you some titles I now use for learning.

Gérard,

Thanks for sharing this information. Images are posted, but there are no links to where the content can be found. Can you share the links when you have time?

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04-11-2016, 03:55 PM
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(04-11-2016 02:26 PM)rprosperi Wrote:  
(04-11-2016 10:26 AM)ggauny@live.fr Wrote:  I'm glad to show you some titles I now use for learning.

Gérard,

Thanks for sharing this information. Images are posted, but there are no links to where the content can be found. Can you share the links when you have time?
They are all military documents, hence classified.
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04-11-2016, 04:30 PM (This post was last modified: 04-11-2016 04:32 PM by wojtek.)
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(04-11-2016 03:55 PM)Tugdual Wrote:  They are all military documents, hence classified.

I don't hink so, all documents have footnotes:
" Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited"
Just tell auntie google the titles of documents and she will promptly give you the links :-)
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04-11-2016, 05:18 PM
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Hi,
I dont' know how to give the link, but I'm going give you texts.


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.zip  US Navy course - Mathematics, Pre-Calculus and Introduction to Probability NAVEDTRA 14141.zip (Size: 6.73 KB / Downloads: 17)
.zip  US Navy course - Mathematics, Trigonometry NAVEDTRA 14140.zip (Size: 4.26 KB / Downloads: 6)
.zip  US Navy course - Mathematics, Introduction to Statistics, Number Systems and Boolean Algebra NAVEDTRA 14.zip (Size: 6.76 KB / Downloads: 9)
.zip  US Navy course - Mathematics, Basic Math and Algebra NAVEDTRA 14139.zip (Size: 8.36 KB / Downloads: 6)

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04-11-2016, 05:22 PM (This post was last modified: 04-11-2016 05:31 PM by jebem.)
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Let me try, then.

MD0900 Basic Mathematics - Edition 100:
http://militarynewbie.com/wp-content/upl...MD0900.pdf

Mathematics pre-calculus and introduction to probability - NAVEDTRA 14141:
http://www.constructionknowledge.net/pub...014141.pdf

Mathematics trigonometry - Navedtra 14140:
http://www.constructionknowledge.net/pub...014140.pdf

Mathematics basic math and algebra - NAVEDTRA 14139:
http://www.constructionknowledge.net/pub...014139.pdf

Mathematics introduction to statistics, number systems and boolean algebra - NAVEDTRA 14142:
https://ia800205.us.archive.org/17/items...lgebra.pdf

Edit:
Page 112 with venn diagrams of the later guide just brings me found memories of my late 60's at school math classes and the obladi oblada song...


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Gérard, Thanks for sharing.

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04-11-2016, 05:50 PM (This post was last modified: 04-11-2016 05:55 PM by ggauny@live.fr.)
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HI Jose,
Thanks.

And me I ONLY learn maths, you know war is NEVER GREAT, but always bad.
And I know of what I speak.......

I remember too "ovladi, ovlada" !

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04-12-2016, 01:46 PM
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(04-11-2016 05:50 PM)ggauny@live.fr Wrote:  I remember too "ovladi, ovlada" !

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Really? I thought it was oBladi, oBlada, but I might be wrong Wink
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04-12-2016, 04:48 PM
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Hi,
Dear RMOLLOV, just a typo ! You're right of course.

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04-13-2016, 07:01 AM
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(04-12-2016 01:46 PM)RMollov Wrote:  
(04-11-2016 05:50 PM)ggauny@live.fr Wrote:  I remember too "ovladi, ovlada" !

Smile
Really? I thought it was oBladi, oBlada, but I might be wrong Wink

Nice one, Gerard! I didn't realize your joke until I read this post...

Gerard is a French old fox.
He visited my country long time ago and most probably he is aware that in some regions of north of Portugal people used to switch the 'b's with 'v's when speaking.
For instance, a 'boi' (bull) would become a 'voi', and a 'vaca' (cow) would become a 'baca'.

So Gérard was messing with me a little, I guess.... Smile

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04-13-2016, 07:23 AM
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Yes Jose,

you win the price !

I do remember this very clearly, there is not really B or V sonority in
Portuguais, it is in the middle of a V and a B in french.

Porugal but also Brasil of course.
In spanish too : Cu*B~V*a.

Good day José, Your cuntry is beautiful and womans, wines, liquors, etc.

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04-13-2016, 08:34 AM
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(04-13-2016 07:23 AM)ggauny@live.fr Wrote:  Yes Jose,

you win the price !

I do remember this very clearly, there is not really B or V sonority in
Portuguais, it is in the middle of a V and a B in french.

Porugal but also Brasil of course.
In spanish too : Cu*B~V*a.

Good day José, Your cuntry is beautiful and womans, wines, liquors, etc.

Smile
Yes, we have a common heritage since Napoleon at least!

I remember that until the 70's the culture in Portugal was dominated by the French ideas.
At school I had French classes for two years (there was no other choice at that time for the 5th and 6th grades).
At cinema i remember those great french artists, like Jean-Paul Belmondo, Alain Delon, Louis de Funès, Michel Piccoli, Brigitte Bardot, Catherine Deneuve, Miou-Miou, Simone Signoret, etc, etc..
On the songs and music I remember a few from so many good artists like Edith Piaf, Dalida, Françoise Hardy, Jacques Brel, Charles Aznavour, Yves Montand, Léo Ferré, etc..

But at a certain point Hollywood and USA took control and now in Portugal the most influential culture is the American and British for sure.

Talking about women and man here, we have mixed origins from Celtic mixed with Arabic, African and Jews, at very least.

Anecdotic as it may look, the history tells us that most people from Indo-European region ended up one way or another in this part of Iberia and because the European land ends here in Portugal, they had no other place to go and stayed here, unless they were able to build boats and go looking for other lands elsewhere...
And that's what Portuguese did more than 500 years ago, sailing around the world to build an Empire.

We have a joke about this, that you also may be aware of:
(I apologize upfront here if I am offending anyone, that is not my intent at all)
They say God created the world and humankind, but the Portuguese created the "Mulata" (mixed people between European and African people).

That is a way to express the Portuguese universal friendliness and will to mix with other genetically distinct people from all regions of the globe Smile

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04-13-2016, 12:41 PM (This post was last modified: 04-13-2016 12:43 PM by Alejandro Paz(Germany).)
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Quote:In spanish too : Cu*B~V*a.

No they aren't, at least in the castellano I learnt at school. For b you will say it with the lips close together. For v you will put the upper incisive teeth over your lower lip, producing a different sound. That nobody seems to care anymore is something different!.
What I regret is that we (in Argentina) make no distinction when pronouncing s, c and z Sad,one of the features that makes castellano from Spain (aka Spanish) so interesting, ihmo Smile
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