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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hello everyone!

As the title of this thread possibly suggests to you, I'm not very skilled with mathematics. I would like to say I don't blame my teachers, I'm not insinuating that by any means. What I'm hoping to find is a book that can teach me "from the ground up" (the basics to calculus, if at all possible!) on mathematics. I have difficulties with my college textbooks (college algebra specifically) primarily because I believe I don't understand the underlying principles. Hopefully, if I can learn from said book, I hope to go back to college someday and pursue a science/math related major given that I have at least a basic understanding of math principles. Would anyone be so kind as to post a few titles? I would greatly appreciate it!

As the title of this thread possibly suggests to you, I'm not very skilled with mathematics. I would like to say I don't blame my teachers, I'm not insinuating that by any means. What I'm hoping to find is a book that can teach me "from the ground up" (the basics to calculus, if at all possible!) on mathematics. I have difficulties with my college textbooks (college algebra specifically) primarily because I believe I don't understand the underlying principles. Hopefully, if I can learn from said book, I hope to go back to college someday and pursue a science/math related major given that I have at least a basic understanding of math principles. Would anyone be so kind as to post a few titles? I would greatly appreciate it!