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After the last semester in my previous college, I found myself enjoying math, having left off on logarithmic and exponential functions and equations (something I want to brush up on). We didn't get to cover binomial theorem, but I had friends studying calculus-based physics and some heading into discreet mathematics. It's a subject I found myself getting along well with, but the higher sciences (my stomping ground) and math aren't really used where I'm likely to end up career-wise. Also, I may end up taking one or two more math classes, at which point my formal math education will conclude.

So, I was wondering, what is the best way to keep chugging along and learning/retaining math skills in the real world? My math skills aren't quite where I'd like them since the majority of every day math is very simple, unlike aviation or rocketry.
 

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If you like sports, many of them feature advanced stats. That's where I get my real world math fix in.

Another idea would be in the stock market world, especially with day trading.
 
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