I was reading this article and the author mentioned I should come here and get some advice. I'm 17, currently taking Pre-Calc in high schooling doing really good, but I feel like I'm not getting the most out of it. The teacher feels like he's more interested in covering chapters than getting us to understand things deeply and that worries me. The article says:
Try to find a book where the author treats you as the intelligent, independent person you are, not as someone who has to take a course for a degree requirement...go to some math forums (like Math Overflow) and ask for book recommendations, telling them you want to become good at math and not just pass a required course; give them specific details and they can help find a book perfect for you.
So yeah asked on Math Overflow and was suggested to come here. I want to get better at math and really understand the concepts deeply and appreciate it like it was intended to. Any help I can get will be appreciated. Thanks!