I wanted to learn Applied mathematics, mostly due to it being similar to or having relation to Object Orientated Programming (OOP), and thought it would help alot.
I searched all over the internet. (at least 1-2 hours of searching), couldn't find anything "free". I wouldn't mind buying a book, but if there's a free PDF, or video I wouldn't like to pay.
I found this one series on youtube that teaching "applied mathematics". featuring topics like "set theory", "functions", and "algebraic structures".
So far, I'm almost done with set Theory. But what I noticed is that there's a lot of dislikes on the video and people tend not to like it. (around 30% dislikes)
As a student/person learning Applied Mathematics, I have no idea if it's right or wrong. I just learn regardless.
The youtube series is: First Lecture.
Has anyone watched it?, if so is it good? There aren't many "free" ways to learn it, so I just took what I could get.
Not In college, to young. As most people referred me to learning it in college. I've been learning "Set Theory" pretty easily. Mainly due to know some OOP.
And also last question. Is it a smart thing to do?, by that I mean learning Applied Mathematics in High school.
Also new here to "stackexchange", so if this is the wrong page or section to post this question in, please refer me to the correct page.