Hello everyone, I am new to the forum. I am homeschooled, I left normal education after my first year of UK secondary school, I absolutely hated it and was bullied so my parents and I decided that I would leave and get homeschooled. Currently, I am pursuing a degree in computer science. However, recently I have started getting really into maths in the aim to create a ray tracer, but it is a quite maths heavy area(linear algebra, trigonometry, calculus, matrices etc) and a bit of physics. they simulate light photons in 3d and give a photorealistic render like you would see in any animated feature film etc. Since I have been out of school I have not learned any physics at all, the only physics I did was the first year of secondary school which was pretty much nothing. I am hoping to get some guidance on how to go about learning physics, at even high school level for now. I see people saying that you should only bother really learning physics when you know calculus, but is this aimed at more advanced physics than secondary school level? Could anyone suggest some books to start with? My aim is to first complete secondary school level physics at least and I would be going farther with maths up to maybe linear algebra and stop around there.