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By order I mean a good textbook(that just explains concepts intuitively/in a good way, if not a resource that does just that) and a good workbook(full of exercises and problems, all of them with solutions), that i can stick to them, preferably free.
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Khan Academy + Paul's Online Notes is a good combo of free resources, in order, with exercises, worked solutions, videos and lessons.
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Have a search on this sub,  several good discussions in the past couple weeks
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Time to save a post that I'll forget about because I never check what I save lol
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