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networking problems and solutions?( math problems)

Posted on 2004-09-04
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Last Modified: 2010-03-18
I wish to learn the math requirements for solving problems in networking. And how to solve networking math problems.  Is there a book or cd or online traning where i can teach myself this or hire an expert.
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LucF earned 100 total points
ID: 11979364
Hi 5x7,

For learning it yourself, take a look at http://support.microsoft.com to find all kinds of articles on problems and how to solve them.

Also, there are an awful lot of books on networking, here's a small list:
It all depends on how experienced you are at the moment what book to get.

And otherwise, you can always ask people at Experts Exchange to help you with the issues you have, they'll always be willing to help.



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I need more specfic information in problem solving, like schaums outline of computer networking. I plan on taking a MS degree program in computor networking next fall and hope to get a handle on the caculations. I'm not sure if schaums outline is sufficent or is there a better way.
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That was pretty rude don't you think?
Just refrasing and reasking your question for 500 points, and then close this one with the lowest possible grade.

That I don't personally know schaums outline doesn't mean someone else doesn't, you could just have waited some longer and given others the time to check your question.
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ID: 11980088
Hey LucF... Sorry, didn't this PAQ when I answered the other one.
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Don't worry about it :o)

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ID: 11980211

Sorry, no intention to to be rude, just inexperienced. Signed on this site at 3am, couldn't sleep and didn't read just asked.

I thought my second question was written to be clearer to what i needed, and it was, but once again not exactely what i hoped for.

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ID: 11980343
Ok, thanks for the explanation.

I'll see what I can find for you.


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