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Sources for self-studying Math 2

aalewisaalewis Registered User Posts: 55 Junior Member
I will be taking math 2 in december this year but unfortunately there are a number of concepts that are foreign to me. Does anyone know any sources where I can get a breakdown of every concept tested? Or will Khan academy's course in pre-calculus suffice? I have Barron's math 2 book but I'd like to get more in depth with everything as I've never taken pre-calculus or anything similair in high school.

Just an fyi, I know all concepts tested on the regular sat as well as those tested on math 1.

Replies to: Sources for self-studying Math 2

  • ModernSocietyModernSociety Registered User Posts: 10 New Member
    Khan Academy can be helpful. I'm sure you're current math teacher would be even more so, regardless of what l material they are currently teaching you. Just go to his or her tutoring.
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