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Any suggestion for a good LaTeX book for a math beginner, I have experience programming Perl and shell scripts, but that's about it. Amazon gives me tons of results, I don't know which one to go with.

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Expected this month, March 2011: LaTeX Beginner's Guide.

This book offers a practical introduction to LaTeX with a lot of examples. It deals with LaTeX in general, further of course also with math typesetting. The book is written for beginners, it also covers installation and usage.

It's also available as ebook or as bundle paperback+ebook.

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