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>prof chooses an open source math textbook for the course

>> No.10965424

good fuck overpriced textbooks

>> No.10965442


>> No.10965449
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>not a GPLed or GFDLed text

>> No.10965533

>not getting textbooks online for free

>> No.10965552

>professor chooses the most expensive book possible for the course
>it's literally $5000
>for a 6 month subscription

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>Always pirate books anyway so I don't care what book the prof chooses

>> No.10965623

*class requires code for online portion in your path*

>> No.10965631

btfo'd >>10965623

>> No.10965645

>prof gives out a free pdf copy of the textbook which he just rips from libgen

>> No.10965650

I dont believe this

>> No.10965681

I'm posting from the future.

>> No.10965711

nice, what book

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Is it this textbook by any chance?

>> No.10965730

i was just thinking that

or is it this OP?

>> No.10965849


>> No.10966043
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>prof prints out his own textbooks specifically written for the course

>> No.10966354

>option to just buy the access code
I bought a used hardcover in person, I promise ;^)

>> No.10966768

This happens a lot

>> No.10966778

What's a good open source math textbook?

>> No.10966893


>> No.10966922

That's great. The texbook business is a cronyist scam in some ways.

>> No.10966967
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literally almost always the case in germany

>> No.10966971

>Using the textbook at all
Just use notes and examples and get the book problems off chegg. For $15 a month you don't have to buy anything.

>> No.10967274

RIP libgen.io

>> No.10968323

My physics teacher is doing this.
Extremely based.

>> No.10968946

How is a textbook "open source"? Comes with a scan of the author's brain?

>> No.10968958

>american profs don't write their own courses

>> No.10970089


>> No.10970099

They do write their own courses and textbooks but only at the most prestigious schools. If you're going to fucking MIT or Harvard yeah sure, but at some no-name state school in bumfuck why bother.

>> No.10970105

Same, loving the money he's saving me

>> No.10970236

hahha fuck jews
based prof
or you could pay nothing ever. I know the jews will do something about this shit one day. but fuck them.
>math somehow changes and requires to be rewritten.
math didn't change nigger.

>> No.10970609

>Russian studying at Moscow State University
>Every single professor just openly tells us to pirate the book from libgen

>> No.10970619

>American university
>tell students to pirate books
>the next day a SWAT team bursts into your lecture room and arrests everyone, killing half the students in the process
>the american anthem plays in the background as you are sentenced to life in prison

>> No.10970626

In literally anywhere in the world except america profs would just tell you to rip it from libgen and mock you if you actually bought the $5000 book. I feel bad for burgers for being forced to buy expensive books just so the rest of the world can freely pirate it.

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Used this book for a proof workshop class and it's one of the most nicely written math books I've read. On top of that, it has a permissible license. Another book I found extremely useful was pic related.

>> No.10972332

Publisher has to provide LaTex source on request by anybody who bought a copy of the book.


>> No.10972335

it's the license they release it under.

>> No.10972497

I really liked picrel when I was first learning proofs as an undergrad

>> No.10972571

Change russian to any non cucked uni.

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