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I am new to the forums but I will be specific. I am deeply in love with mathematics, even after having survived through 5 years of HS(implying the quality of mathematics education in HS). I have thus decided to rework all my current knowledge, and definitely surpass it. For background info, I am very skilled at maths, I self-study as a hobby in my free-time (when not at school). I know a good amount of calculus, trigonometry, algebra, geometry, proofs and problem solving although I assume that I know none. Basically I am looking for a list/series of books that have changed the way you think about maths, starting from ground-up(Covering, hopefully, every aspect of math; Algebra-->Geometry-->Trig-->Precal-->Cal/linear algebra and so on, up to, and not exceeding, graduate level). Thank you very much.

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P.S. I have heard about Calculus by Michael Spivak and was looking into it. Difficulty and price are not variables to be considered, I can easily cover for both.