Hello, I am very interested in learning 'beyond the surface' Quantum Mechanics, in the sense that I would like to learn how to do the math involved, or at least understand it. I know basic Algebra, solving equations, system of equations, quadratics, ect... but I would like to know where to start with understanding the basic principles of calculus so I can understand Quantum Mechanics mathematically, are there any tips or hints anyone can give me on where I can get content pertaining to such knowledge without going through the full Geometry/Pre-calc classes? I basically need to understand the simplification of the different 'Calculus Functions' into Algebra so I can solve. Websites, Tutorials, Tips, Notes anything would be great, thanks a bunch! P.S. I do realize math is one of the topics that requires a lot of study and practice, I do later plan on taking full classes, I would just like to know/understand the basic Calculus concepts for Physics so I can fully get the 'mathematical' idea of whats happening.