Well I have been teaching my self mathematics for about 4 months now. Started with pre-algebra now I'm on "modern algebra". Thing is I haven't taken geometry in high-school(and will not be able to). So I'm looking for a quick book that is interesting enough to keep me well, interested. I know basic geometry of-course and any geometry problem I've seen so far has not been a problem for me. But now that I'm starting to get into higher math some books are showing "geometric proofs" and I have looked farther into the book some of these get too much for me. I don't really like geometry much, every time I try to teach myself I end up doing algebra or working on sets. Even though I consider myself more determined than most , I'm not at a really high level of mathematical maturity so books like Euclid's Elements are too much. Preferably I'm just looking for an interesting book, it does not have to be a quick book, just something that doesn't put me to sleep. Any suggestions?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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