I am recently new to this community- and you all seem like a knowledgeable bunch :)
I wouldn’t mind probing a question that would be so grateful if you guys could give me a generous detailed answer back to help me.
I want to study maths so I can advance higher- preferably my aim is to get up to methods level which includes analysing graphs, calculus, algebra, probability and statistics.
In Australia, where I am from, there are three levels of maths in the curriculum in this chronological order: General Mathematics, Methods Mathematics, and Specialist Mathematics.
Right now in school (and for my senior years) I am choosing General Mathematics- but even if that’s the easiest level of maths- I am struggling as I am just slightly passing. So you see, I have had a bad learning experience with learning and understanding math topics.
Even though I am based in Australia, I do know that mathematics is universal, so I am sure that there should be no hindrances as to what mathematics book is based in which English speaking country.
So I ask: what textbooks/workbooks would you recommend me for my current situation? How should I approach with advancing higher?
Hello to all the users of this forum! There are a huge number of ways to learn math from scratch. You can start with the basics and then gradually increase the difficulty, you can also use a variety of resources such as the Internet or additional classes. I personally can learn math online school Brighterly. If you are interested in this school here is their website https://brighterly.com/ This school provides a convenient online platform with quality tutorials and support from experienced teachers. I am sure that this online school will help you with your math studies.
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