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Hi, this is my first post here. I'm now in my first semester of my freshmen year. This semester is about to over, and I'm planning my classes for the next one. I have a huge interests in pure mathematics and theoretical physics. But my doubts are regarding time; 9 classes in one semester (42 h/week).

The disciplines that I want to take are (mandatory courses in bold): Algebra I, Real Analysis,

Thanks.

P.s.: This semester sucks, I have no fascinating classes (calculus I, introduction to physics, experimental physics I and vector geometry). Can someone indicate good textbooks in Algebra and Real Analysis?

Thanks again.

The disciplines that I want to take are (mandatory courses in bold): Algebra I, Real Analysis,

**Calculus II**, Linear algebra I, Introduction to Probability and Statistics,**Introduction to Computation**,**Physics I**(Classical mechanics),**Chemistry Fundamentals for Physics**and**Experimental Physics II**(experiments in classical mechanics). I have no interests in conserve my social life or good sleep, but I do not want to be reproved in any course; so please someone help me with this dilemma.Thanks.

P.s.: This semester sucks, I have no fascinating classes (calculus I, introduction to physics, experimental physics I and vector geometry). Can someone indicate good textbooks in Algebra and Real Analysis?

Thanks again.

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