Hullo chaps. Sorry to bother you with this, but I need some help. Is it possible to, having taken up to Algebra II (yes I'm underage, yes it's pathetic), quickly review everything you learned during the High School Algebra courses and then use a Calculus text like Apostol I to review what is necessary for understanding, but not learned in HS Alg, while simultaneously taking a Geometry course in school (once it starts up, of course) and be able to truly appreciate and understand Apostol I -> Spivak Calc -> Apostol II before then taking on an undergraduate level Physics textbook? I would, of course, continue studying other, higher levels of Math while studying Physics, but I can't really use a Physics text without learning Calculus first, and I'm eager to start learning this shít and actually understanding the world around me, without having to resort to oversimplifications of varying degrees of comprehensibility. Thanks in advance.