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So what are the areas of math studied in high school and college that takes you from pre algebra to integral calc?

Pre algebra...

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Geometry...

Trig...

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Etc...

Etc...

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Integral calc

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So what are the areas of math studied in high school and college that takes you from pre algebra to integral calc?

Pre algebra...

...

...

...

Geometry...

Trig...

...

Etc...

Etc...

...

Integral calc

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Algebra I

Algebra II

Pre-calculus

Calculus I (Diiferential calculus)

Calculus II (Integral calculus)

Often the

Have you studied particular mathematics that you find interesting? Or is it just the general idea of learning mathematics that interests you?

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The maths syllabus for the UK high schools is available online here:

http://www.examsolutions.net/maths-revision/syllabuses/GCSE/period-1/Higher/module.php [Broken]

It's all worked videos, step by step. After "GCSE" there are several A-level modules on the same site.

Might be a good place to start to see what you can do.

http://www.examsolutions.net/maths-revision/syllabuses/GCSE/period-1/Higher/module.php [Broken]

It's all worked videos, step by step. After "GCSE" there are several A-level modules on the same site.

Might be a good place to start to see what you can do.

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https://www.amazon.com/dp/0387967877/?tag=pfamazon01-20&tag=pfamazon01-20

all the way through precalc; if you're just as lazy after you finish this as you were when you took my math route advice, you can get his "first course in calculus" book directly after you finish this

rip serge

all the way through precalc; if you're just as lazy after you finish this as you were when you took my math route advice, you can get his "first course in calculus" book directly after you finish this

rip serge

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when I finally decided to study physics, I've noticed that my maths weren't all up to speed due to a background in humanities.

The most helpful website I found for maths is https://www.khanacademy.org/ (of course free). Which is a really good source to study maths from the very beginning up to any level you like. And you can follow from pre-algebra to advanced maths. It has tons of tutorials, as well as step-by-step videos. And you can track your record and see how you performed.

Another good source (also free) is http://alison.com/ here you can register online for courses of several subjects.

I would also recommend Open University. Is no free, but the math courses at level 1 (10,30 and 60 credits) are fascinating and will bring you up to speed with the maths you need at higher levels of physics. Then you can always continue at level II and III. Another option, before you enrol on any course, is to try them for free with http://www.open.edu/openlearn/ also from Open University. And decide if you want to do any.

Hope that helps.

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