I am high school math enthusiast I am very much interested in mathematics. I try to learn stuffs from the internet but I can't seem to find the resources and am also confused about where to start.
I am 16 and have recently finished my eleventh grade. I know some basic single variable calculus, complex numbers...(Euler's formula and stuffs) and also have some idea on partial derivative, double and line integral and differential equations. Besides these, I do have some faint notion as to what the Riemann's hypothesis is, Cantor's work on his continuum hypothesis, Godel's incompleteness theorem, Poincare's conjecture, Golbachh's conjecture and stuffs though I lack the ability to explain them mathematically. As you can see my mathematical knowledge has some severely big blank gaps. This is because I have had no one tutor me and have learn't most mathematics by myself, on the internet, watching documentaries and reading some books on these
In Mathematics; Number Theory, Topology and Abstract mathematics are few of my topics of interest and I would like to go further into these subjects and possibly pursue these subject as my career ; Number theory being my first priority
So could you guys please advise me on what should I do now, where do I resume my mathematical journey, what next??? I would really appreciate you time and help on this regard.