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As a background I am a community college student about to transfer to a university trying to better myself and catch up with the competition. I have taken multivariable calc, a basic linear algebra class, and an ordinary differential equations class, and would like to further myself at my own pace for mainly personal interest in mathematics, but also to prepare myself and turn over a new leaf in my approach to academics.

My main interest in posting this question was to find some books with which i could personally advance myself at my own pace on the subjects proceeding the ones i have already covered. Thanks to a great cc professor i had in an honors class, ive had rough introductions to tensors, topology and the dual space (and by rough introductions i mean the absolute basics). Tensors are a particular interest of mine as i am possibly looking to go into physics or engineering degree.

Any advice would be much appreciated!

Also excuse any grammar or syntax issues, as i've always hated english class haha.

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