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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I am self taught, and would like to know more about physics, and engineering, the biggest issue I have been having is that for most physics courses, and textbooks I read, I do not understand the math behind. My highest math education was calc ab ap in high school.

I was wondering if you all could tell me specifically what math courses I need to learn in order to have the math basis for most forms of engineering and or physics.

I would also like to know if their is a textbook series out their, that would go through each course, like in volumes, that I could read through the entire series, and by the end of it, know the math I require. ( I would prefer this so as to avoid massive repetition most non volume textbooks have).

Also, if their are any other resources that you all could give me, that I could learn everything I needed to know from that one resource, such as a multi-part book series, or just a list of textbooks in order i need to follow, then that would be absolutely amazing!

A video playlist would be nice instead, as long as I get the same amount of content.

Thank you guys so much!

I was wondering if you all could tell me specifically what math courses I need to learn in order to have the math basis for most forms of engineering and or physics.

I would also like to know if their is a textbook series out their, that would go through each course, like in volumes, that I could read through the entire series, and by the end of it, know the math I require. ( I would prefer this so as to avoid massive repetition most non volume textbooks have).

Also, if their are any other resources that you all could give me, that I could learn everything I needed to know from that one resource, such as a multi-part book series, or just a list of textbooks in order i need to follow, then that would be absolutely amazing!

A video playlist would be nice instead, as long as I get the same amount of content.

Thank you guys so much!