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Try to find dedicated books to each particular sub-topic. Find an Algebra book and find a Trigonometry book. Also, do not be discouraged based on a book being 20 or 30 years old. The concepts and skills never lose their value.

You have the right idea, restudying material which you studied previously so that you learn it better. Be sure that you treat each of these subtopics as if it was a semester-length course; being in a rush will simply make relearning less effective.

One more thing: Is that Blitzer book really an elementary functions/ preCalculus book? Or is it Intermediate-or-less Algebra and Trigonometry as a rigorous condensed review?

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