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I am in pursuit of learning pretty well all of precalculus (algebra, trig, everything!), what are the best learning resources out there?

I am studying at home by myself.

Thank you, this advice could be life changing.

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I am in pursuit of learning pretty well all of precalculus (algebra, trig, everything!), what are the best learning resources out there?

I am studying at home by myself.

Thank you, this advice could be life changing.

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What the top math kids in high school use nowadays is Art of Problem Solving. They have on-line classes and they have books. You can use the books alone and do pretty well, or you can use the classes with the books. Not really cheap, but also not expensive. Right now their stuff goes up through basic calculus. And they have excellent material that functions as an introduction to number theory and counting and probability.What are they?

I am in pursuit of learning pretty well all of precalculus (algebra, trig, everything!), what are the best learning resources out there?

I am studying at home by myself.

If you're good at math and willing to work hard, their stuff is very good. It will certainly prepare you for college level mathematics.

You might also take a look at saylor.org to see what you think.

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If you missed it, we do have a Math and Science Learning Materials forum. Please check it out.

I am in pursuit of learning pretty well all of precalculus (algebra, trig, everything!), what are the best learning resources out there?

I am studying at home by myself.

Thank you, this advice could be life changing.

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that is for algebra

http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Extras/AlgebraTrigReview/AlgebraTrigIntro.aspx

that is for some algebra/trig

http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/ProblemsNS/CalcI/CalcI.aspx

that is algebra/trig/calc1

with notes to supplement.