I went through may topics on learning maths effectively, learning math at later years (I am 30, so I read it to get motivated)
One thing I missed is a natural flow of topics that one must learn to progress
I am a Software Engineer and terrible at maths. I don't know anything except some basic maths. I don't know why logarithms are used for example, or how to solve a particular problem using math. You get the idea? yeah, terrible
I am sick of it and get over it, so I am starting to learn maths in my free time.
I just got a copy of What is Mathematics and will start now.
But question I have is
- What are some high level topics.
- in what order I should learn those topics?
What I would like?
- A natural progression in my math learning
If this sounds vague problem, I am sorry, let me know and I would try to fill in the missing gaps