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Self Studying Higher Level Math?

hillsongunitedhillsongunited Registered User Posts: 57 New Member
edited May 2010 in High School Life
Pretty much, next year I will have exhausted our school's math courses, with IB math HL, and senior year will be taking Calculus 2/3 up at the local community college. My question is, there isn't much...passion? drive? something like that..., in these classes, and I'd like to supplement whatever I'm learning in class with more diverse topics beyond the typical HS calculus track.

So basically, what I'm asking is, do you guys know any books I can use to study outside the typical calculus "box?" I'm currently using some MIT OCW videos to learn, but I learn better with a textbook... so any "classic" multi/linear algebra/diff equations books you guys can recommend? Thanks for your time!
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