The TULOOMATH Table of Contents: Guide To Infinite Possibilities
Every place on the internet-including TULOOMATH-needs a
guide to the good stuff in the contents because life's too short to
be wandering aimlessly. Mine is no different-and they're
interlinked to the pages to boot. Follow the red italicized
signposts to where you wish to explore in the vistas of spaces,
graphs and other sets!
I Mission Statement: Why Study Mathematics and Why TULOOMATH?
Mathematics has always been the queen of sciences. Now, it may be more important then ever for the common man to know. That's why I built TULOOMATH. Why? Read why.
II The Creator of TULOOMATH: Meet The Mathemagican
The lunatic,aspiring mathematician,cynic,blogger,liberal and all-around-pain-in-the-ass who created this site. Meet him and take a look under the hood.
III The Mathemagican's Library Academic Level Rating System
Read how they're graded by academic level. I'm really proud of this rating system and I hope it makes the site very easy to use!
IV The Mathemagican's Comprehensive Online Mathematics Library
The beating heart of this website-the largest, most complete and up to date collection of free online mathematics lecture notes and textbooks that currently exists on the internet!
V The TULOOMATH Reading List: The Mathemagician’s
Top Low- Cost Mathematics Textbooks
My reviews of outstanding recommended low-cost textbooks for sharp self-study students who can barely afford bus fare-from high school to advanced graduate level.
VI The TULOOMATH Tutoring/Consulting Service For Students:Summon The Mathemagican
My online tutoring service for students of mathematics and the physical sciences at all levels. Wherever you are and whatever time of day, whatever the subject, I can appear on your computer to help you understand and succeed!
VII Tables,Chairs And Beermugs-The Mathemagican's Blog On Life,The Universe and Everything
My blog on anything that's on my mind besides my hat. I'm sorry to say I haven't been as active on it as I was hoping when I relaunched it in late 2015. But I've sworn a blood oath to be much more active at it beginning in Spring 2016. I may have to re-title it at some point,depending on how it goes.
VIII The First Published Textbook At This Site: Differential Calculus On Normed Spaces by Henri Cartan, 2nd Edition!
IX A Dedication-Nick Metas
X The Road Goes Ever On: Further Resource Links For TULOOMATH, Blogs And Just Plain Cool Stuff I Like