I was very interested in math since the day I was introduced to numbers. Sadly, the curricula here are driving me the opposite way. Is there any free online courses that would start from, say, 'grade-10' level in Geometry and Algebra? A course using international terminology and notation so as to allow me to search for whatever other deep subjects I need on the internet.
Maybe book/site recommendations for summaries of Euclidean Geometry and Pre-College Algebra would do good. Summaries as in 'General ideas that get specific in several details and allows for a good head-start without college aid.'
I found this:
(19-03-2012) This's for those (like me) starting from grade-10 level. I'm already working in it. (3 books) http://cnx.org/lenses/fhsst/affiliation1
William suggested OCW. Now, it's not the format I'm looking for; I'm looking for coherent, self-contained courses. The site did, however, include this: http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/ocw-scholar/#math
SMSG books were suggested below. Use the first link posted in the answer and change the *.pdf name between [135 616, 135 630). I'll confirm the later sequences.
(22-03-2012) I haven't tried this but it appears authentic: http://www.uccs.edu/~math/vidarchive.html
I stumbled upon this question here so I'm laying this subject down a bit and will instead look at what I have so far. Link: Online resources for learning Mathematics | One resource I found interesting there was this site: http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/