From few weeks I have been watching videos on Mathematics and came across the mystery of prime numbers. I am no mathematician, Even I almost know nothing about this field but I don't know I find Prime number fascinating. I have watched several other videos too like the Pascal's triangle and few more math unproven Theories and mysteries. As I was curious but having no knowledge of mathematics, I picked up my tablet and started playing with Pascal's triangle of prime numbers see here and few more . I tried creating Pascal's triangle with weird combinations see here 😅 I don't even know if it make sense or not but I was interested and wanted to do something so I just did what came to my mind. Further I written prime numbers in different series by adding, subtracting and also tried finding pattern in twin primes by multiplying and dividing numbers between the twin prime by 2 and 3 See here and Here. I know what I was doing is all nonsense but it made me curious about things. I always wanted to learn mathematics and science but because of the way it was presented to me in school, I got less interested as schools focuses more on marks and treat every student as same level of intelligence and learning pace. Now I wanted to learn but confused from where to start and how to start 🥺. Recently I have completed my bachelor's in computer application ( considered as computer science ) and will be doing my masters soon but how can I study mathematics side by side effectively? Computer application is a 3 year degree program available in india and only contain discrete mathematics in 2 sem that also of medium level, nothing too hard.
My level of mathematics knowledge at the moment is negligible. Apart from basic math calculation operations I suck at everything. As I am computer student I was able to develop good level of logical ability used for making computer programs.
Edit: I live in india and here things are bit different. After our 10th standard one need to choose which stream he wants to go and the options are Humanities, commerce and science. You must have guessed it by their name what stream each represent and as i wasn't good at math I opted for humanities and did not studied maths for 2 more years. In my bachelor's I had mathematics of similar to what science students must have studied during those 2 years. During my bachelor's, students who came from science stream didn't faced any problem in the mathematics as they already studied those topics but I barely cleared the subject as it was too much for me at once since I has not studied maths for 2 years.
Another point I want to mention. The only option I have right now is self study ( because of some reasons ). I am not worried about the time it will take. I really wanted to learn mathematics atleast enough that I understand school level mathematics and all the basic concepts of mathematics well. Aiming for Undergrad or masters level at the moment is not approachable and also my aim is not to learn it for the sake of attaining knowledge but to learn it for myself.