Hello! I'm looking to study Mary Boas' Book on mathematical methods and i'd like to know if the prerequisites can be covered in ocw mit courses or any other open courses. Please do suggest if any. Also are there any parallels that can be drawn with the ocw mit courses for the various topics covered in the book. I have had a very brief experience with Abstract Algebra , vector calculus, differential equations and 3D geometry and a small amount of real analysis.. I only have like the problem solving strategic knowledge and a very poor basis in the theories involved. Please suggest open courses to precede and follow through with the mathematical methods text. I'm aiming to develop enough math to tackle more advanced physics courses in college. Thanks!