I decided to do a little math refresh and revisit all I have learned since kindergarten up until now, focusing on topics that I know I have shortcoming in and topics where I struggled the most (looking at you Mathematical analysis).
To make the journey useful also to others, I decided to create a list of the resources that I found interesting, helpful, and well written. That being a highly subjective measure take this whole list with a grain of salt and in case of need refer to the Additional Resources section at the bottom of the page.
Areas of Mathematics
- Math Foundations from Scratch
- Understanding Mathematics; Links to resources talking about how to understand mathematics, mathematical language and mathematical notation.
- Engineering Math
- Beginning and Intermediate Algebra
- Algebra, Topology, Differential Calculus, and Optimization Theory For Computer Science and Machine Learning
Calculus & Analysis
- Calculus Basic Concepts for High Schools
- Calculus of One and Many Variables
- Higher Maths for Beginners
- Analysis of Functions of one Variable
- Multivariable Calculus
Probability & Statistics
- Self Studying the MIT Applied Math Curriculum
- MIT Open Course - Mathematics
- The Encyclopedia of Mathematics
- Wikibooks:Mathematics bookshelf
- Online Mathematics Textbooks
- Free Programming Books - Mathematics
- Awesome Math
- Manga Guide Series
- Ask HN: How to learn math from zero for adults?
- Ask HN: Best beginner friendly linear algebra book?