Just a question. I've never really had any problems learning and grasping math. Unfortunately I chose not to continue my formal education past the high school level.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I find myself these days, wanting more and more to learn the advanced mathematics, so I can get a better grasp on physics.

So my question is, do you suppose it is possible for me to properly learn calculus independently (as I don't know any individuals whom I can approach with any technical questions on the matter)? If so, could someone recommend texts to me which I could purchase?

Thanks very much.

Regards,

Keith

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