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get ready for ap calc seems like the place to start. if you are very confused and need to review things prior to that id look for for the problem topics under algebra all content or trigonometry all content specifically.
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honestly the book "calculus for dummies" gave me all the basics in a way nothing else did. I at least am comfortable adding the simplest forms of derivitave/integral(antiderivitave) to my arsenal now

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