I feel like I'm not really learning much just reading wikipedia articles, reading this board, etc.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I really want to understand physics and how the world works. The problem is I forgot a lot of basic math, even stuff from early high school. I am 24 now.

Where exactly should I start? Should I try and take math classes and get really proficient in math and than go onto physics so I can really understand what the equations mean?

Also where should I start in terms of Algebra, Classical Mechanics, etc?

EDIT: I'm not disregarding the website or any videos online I just feel like I will get the real deal in a classroom where I can focus all my attention to the lesson.

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# Where do I start off?

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