I have never been good at math. In my senior year I failed algebra 2 in the first semester because the teacher would refuse to show me how to solve problems saying that it's my fault for not paying attention in 11th grade when that is simply not the case, I am just weak at math and have never really had a good math teacher. The second semester I had a better teacher in fact the best teacher I have ever had, but this only lasted 1 semester and it was not enough for me to develop confidence in my math skills at all. In fact my fear of math has kept me from applying to college, and I want to go so badly. I get A's in everything else (except chemistry due to math) so I know I am not stupid it's just that I don't have a strong math foundation.
I'm looking for a book or anything that can help me build a solid foundation when it comes to Algebra and Trigonometry and math in general, something that explains it in a way that I can fully understand it, not just the bare minimum to pass a class. Any help will be appreciated thank you.