Hello, im 18 years old and im very interested in mathematics.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I have only knowlegde of school-matematics (school-Analysis, school-stochastics and a little bit school-linear Algebra) but thats not really interesting. Its basically memorising given methods to solve exercises instead of really understanding what is behind this methods.

So, basically my question is:

How can I learn higher Mathematics and where to beginn?

In fact I already started by learning mathematical proofs (book: 100% mathematical proof). Is it "right" to start with learning proofs? I just thought it would be good because Univerity Analysis/Algebra-books (like Widder) are very hard to understand for me with my school-knowledge.

What do you suggest?

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# How to learn higher mathematics? Where to beginn?

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