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  1. Jun 14, 2015 #1
    Suggest good books to read in an order for one to gain profundity in the particular subject. This may seem to be a rather baffling task, due to the amount of subjects and it's vastness, but if it is done, it could certainly be extremely useful, especially for people like me who are highly intrigued by mathematics and want to learn but find ourselves to be greatly confused on which books to read. This thread can then also serve as the ultimate reference guide but remember, you MUST suggest books in an order to read. For example, on Algebra, you can first suggest books that discuss elementary algebra and then move on to suggesting books that discuss a higher level of algebra.

    Algebra

    Geometry

    Trigonometry

    Calculus

    Analytic Geometry

    Probability & Statistics

    Linear Algebra

    Abstract Algebra

    Ordinary Differential Equations

    Partial Differential Equations

    Real Analysis

    Complex Analysis

    Group Theory

    Differential Geometry

    Lie Groups

    Differential Forms

    Homology

    Cohomology

    Homotopy

    Fiber Bundles & Characteristic Classes

    Index Theorems
     
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  3. Jun 14, 2015 #2

    jedishrfu

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    Welcome to PF!

    Search our site there are many threads that discuss math books for all the topics you've listed.
     
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