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5688374 No.5688374 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Pls help an autodidact out

I want a full "map" or sequence of subjects I have to learn to know advanced math and science

For example:
1.algebra
2geometry
3.trig
4.algebra 2
5. Single variable calculus
6. Multivariable calculus
7. ODEs
8. Linear algebra

I don't know we're to go from here. I started a real analysis book but Im not sure that I'm on the right track.

I have no idea what to study for physics. I'm almost done with a physics 2 class and the teacher old me I have to learn advance thermo and vibrations before I can start studying quantum and relativity.

>> No.5688393

http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/books.html

>> No.5688403

>complex analysis before real analysis
W-what

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5688409

Line mean prerequisite

>> No.5688411

>>5688403
They probably mean complex calculus

>> No.5688416

Not OP but I know some algebra, where do I start from if I want to have good strong knowledge in mathematics?

>> No.5688439

>>5688403
it happens

>> No.5688556

>>5688416
trigonometry. OP's list is the order you should go in. Except perhaps you should learn some linear algebra before DE.

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