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>Cock and Pall Torture Theorem
Are you sure you have that right, fren?

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lol, it looks like no one has really answered my question.
Yeah, while I do appreciate the list of books and will make an effort to check them out, they seem more theoretical than anything. I appreciate theoretical books and already have and read some but I was looking more for something that would teach me practical methods to solve, calculate, and manipulate equations (which, I'm sure, would necessarily touch theoretical concepts at some point but which should focus as much on the practical concepts as possible.).

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