I believe that this question is well known, but since I'm not a US resident and do wish to learn math according to the U.S. school syllabus I wish that somebody can help me.
At my first eight years at school, I was good at math. Suddenly, I was involved in car accident and couldn't attend school for a long time. I've missed a lot of subjects and couldn't complete it until the final exams.
I didn't fail at final math exams but the average grade I got can't satisfy me since I wish to be able to learn Computer Science at the university (I'm working today as a software programmer but I can't touch many subjects because of math knowledge limitations). I've registered to it (Hebrew University of Jerusalem) and accepted but at the start of the year I've realized that I don't understand the subjects so I've stopped my studies and wish to rebuild my mathematics knowledge before re enrolling.
Could somebody points me to a book/website/syllabus that's talks about mathematics from scratch (Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry etc.)? I've learned at Israel, but I do wish to follow the standard U.S. high-school syllabus.
Thanks you very much!