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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hello fellows

My background is architecture (bachelor in2016) but for unknown reasons I’ve been fascinated by geometry since last year. it was roughly at the stage where I was trying to grasp ‘the truth ‘ of architecture and somehow got into geometry.... happy coincidence.

Since I hadn’t touched math after high school and forgot most of the math knowledge anyway... I picked up “Art of problem solving - Introduction to Geometry” as a starter.

Ultimately I’d like to get into topology too.

I wonder if i started off the right foot and use what books to get to the final goal. like right now i dont know which books i should be reading and in what sequence. And what subjects I should be studying( like any linear algebra etc?)

Based on high school and current experience, im good at geometry but suck at algebra, doing ok with calculus. Im considering math as at least part of my career in the future.

also reading the thirteen books of the elements by Sir Thomas L. Heather and How to prove it by Velleman.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

My background is architecture (bachelor in2016) but for unknown reasons I’ve been fascinated by geometry since last year. it was roughly at the stage where I was trying to grasp ‘the truth ‘ of architecture and somehow got into geometry.... happy coincidence.

Since I hadn’t touched math after high school and forgot most of the math knowledge anyway... I picked up “Art of problem solving - Introduction to Geometry” as a starter.

Ultimately I’d like to get into topology too.

I wonder if i started off the right foot and use what books to get to the final goal. like right now i dont know which books i should be reading and in what sequence. And what subjects I should be studying( like any linear algebra etc?)

Based on high school and current experience, im good at geometry but suck at algebra, doing ok with calculus. Im considering math as at least part of my career in the future.

also reading the thirteen books of the elements by Sir Thomas L. Heather and How to prove it by Velleman.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.