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I am gonna graduate from High school in 2 weeks from now...

my major will be Electrical engineering at Cleveland state university.

anyway ,I want a self-study book so that I can build my foundation before starting classes.

I will have around 6 months before enrolling in college.

I have already bought PreCalculus for dummies,what do you think about it?

are there any better books out there?

what about Community college classes ,do you think that is a better idea than buying a book?

if I want to take Pre-calc classes at CC ,how many hours should I expect?

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