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**Need some guidance :)**

Hey Everyone,

I'm not sure where to post this so ill post it here :), sorry if it is a long read.

This is my first post but i have been checking these forums every day for the last year. I'm currently and undergrad in IT in Australia and i am hoping to switch to science for next year. The problem is is that i do not have the pre requisite for the science course(Math B). My love of science and physics is just way to strong, i made the wrong choices in high school for what i wanted to do now, i can't shake the feel I've had for 3 years that i want to study math/physics so i decide that i am going to pursue it and I am going to put a lot of time into it to much some would say.

But anyway I am currently enrolled in my universities Math B bridging course

http://www.griffith.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/167703/maths-b-bridging-course-info_Sept09.pdf" Which is a 60hr 2 week course. I did this because i know its the first step and is the only bridging course ill be able to attend. Now i know i want this and have wanted this in 3years and no one is going to tell me otherwise and i am committed to this.

What i would like is some guidance on self study, now i have been studying basic algebra from this book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0471530123/?tag=pfamazon01-20 and i realized i know a lot of that already. Now within that bridging course i linked earlier it has a list of what it covers and i would really like to cover that all myself in self study but i have no idea what books are the Australian math B. I've been doing research and have found that precalculus is similar to our math B and was wondering if anyone could give me some help with books or if they have any other comments would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,

Rhys

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