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This summer break, I plan to study Mathematics but I have no idea where to start. I am open for suggestions for the order/flow of what I'll be studying. And I will also post problems related to the topic/lesson that I'll be learning.

And also I am just an upcoming grade 10 student, please don't expect that I already know a lot about calculus, statistics, etc. (Though, I would also like to study those in summer.)

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Thank you very much :)

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Np

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You should learn some precalculus, then single variable calculus, then multivariable calculus, then linear algebra, then differential equations. MIT OCW has all the lectures for stuff starting with calculus and the lectures are very good.

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Can I please have a link of what you're referring to?

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