#1
First of all, I'm 17, I have a GED, and I want to study physics.

I want to refresh my memory of math before I go take the placement test at the community college.
The last bit of math that I understood was Geometry, I just didnt do my work.

Do you guys know of any websites that I could use to bone?
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#3
Whatever you do, don't use Math.com


They're just awful really.
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lol bone

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#5
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Do you guys know of any websites that I could use to bone?


I would get banned if I posted links, but if you really want some, I could help you out. PM me.
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Whatever you do, don't use Math.com


They're just awful really.



what was your experience with it? Why's it awful?


I'm also looking for course work, That I could work through from the start instead of just starting wherever.
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#8
^ looks good, thanks man
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#9
I've used Paul's Online Math Notes a lot. He's a professor at a college (forgot which) and he posted up all his course work notes. It's pretty awesome.
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what was your experience with it? Why's it awful?


I'm also looking for course work, That I could work through from the start instead of just starting wherever.


None of the links work on the website. They tease you with such an appealing name like 'math.com' and they don't even deliver. I was disappointed.
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#14
MIT OpenCourseWare is good, but being MIT it starts at calculus I believe...

You could probably find a used math book at a bookstore for pretty cheap. Basic math hasn't changed in a very long time so even if the book is old it would still be fine.

For CC exam you should probably focus on Algebra/Geometry/Trig, I don't think they test calculus on them..

Good Luck
#15
Thanks alot guys! I didnt think anyone would bother.

And yeah! I forgot there's a book only goodwilll really close to my house. Hopefully I can find a good one thanks for the idea
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#16
Does anyone by any chance know of websites like those but that are in text format instead of video lessons?

The videos are very helpful, but I probably wouldn't use them until Trig or Algebra II
I really want to power through Algebra I and Geometry
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