I would like to know about books available on mathematics,any topic,sub-subject will work.The book should be a little advanced in terms of content. Please make me suggestions as I am trying to improve myself. All suggestions are welcomed and heartily appreciated.

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TopNewestHere are some good books though a bit advanced:

Elementary number theory by David. M. Burton.( Number theory.) Plane trigonometry by S.L Loney. ( Trigonometry. ) The IIT Foundation Series MATHEMATICS. ( By PEARSON publishers.) Indian National Mathematics Olympiad by Rajeev Manocha. You could also solve some contest papers which are available on the internet or refer to AOPS for some papers of contests like AMC and AIME which are really good. I would highly recommend you to use the Brilliant Wiki and quizzes.

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What is your current level in Mathematics?

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well,I am level 3 in algebra,geometry,calculus and level 2 in all other math related subjects offered on Brilliant.. or in other ways,I am studying in tenth grade but am willing to learn a bit more about math

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I do not think

`any topic, any sub-subject`

is going to give you any interesting reccomendation.How about you get The Art and Craft of Problem Solving?

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