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I am 27 years old and I need a resource to learn all basic math quickly

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Khan Academy is the favourite resource for this type of request.  All on YouTube but it has a nice website that organizes the learning.
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Khan academy for sure, Organic Chemistry Tutor on youtube as well, they’re great options, also recently I found a 12 hour long calculus 1 lecture on youtube, where in the beginning of it the professor explains basic maths and algebraic foundations, its called calculus 1 full college course, I also have a bunch of papers that have basic trigonometric laws and shape laws and what not which I can dm you if you want :)
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Professor Leonard is the guy!!!

I watched is videos starting from his pre algebra playlist, while following along with a book called “Development Mathematics for college students by Robert blitzerd” it literally teaches you math form scratch.
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Since you've already gotten a lot of suggestions for khan academy, which is good sure, let me give you another perspective.

KhanAcademy won't reply to you, won't adjust videos for your particular level or current difficulty.

A tutor will. So another suggestion to your question, especially since you've emphasized "quickly", I would suggest just hiring a tutor. Preferably in-person to be honest. You and the tutor, pencils and paper, will get you up to speed FAR quicker and more efficiently than watching youtubes.

Depending on your disposable income and time and setting, you might have a lot of very cheap college students willing to get you up to speed very quickly.

And when money's on the table, everyone takes things a bit more seriously, both you and the teacher. For your apparent needs, in my relatively low (not California for instance) cost of living area, you could find someone for 15-50 per hour. It also depends a lot. If you are enrolled in a college, then you likely have a tutoring center that can provide this for free. You could likely find folks who'd trade this for some beer or woodworking or I have no idea about you or your situation.

No matter what it's going to be *much* cheaper (US) than enrolling in a college and having a prof divide attention between you and the rest of the course members.

My suggestion would be a (in-person preferable) one-on-one tutor.
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What also helped was an app "Math Tutorials". It has all lectures broken down and divided by Youtube channels & websites.
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Are you asking for 1-2 exercise questions per topic?  FYI that *may* be enough to refamiliarize yourself with a topic, but probably won't be enough to lock it in and know it for good!

If that is enough, then actually the Brilliant app may be great for you!  For each course on Brilliant (and it does start with basic math,) there is some lack of depth, but if it's good for something it's good for re-acquainting oneself with math!

Here would be my recommendations if you're going to use Brilliant in this capacity.

* Write stuff down.  It's easy to breeze through things, but working working with pencil and paper will do more for you.
* Some of the stuff will be easy.  Some questions or topics may be more difficult.  It's tempting to guess at questions and just keep going.  Don't!  Seek out other resources like Khan Academy courses on the specific topic.
* If you find yourself wanting to really LEARN a topic, you'll probably need more resources.  Used school textbooks are a decent idea both for reading more on what you're doing and especially for providing more exercise questions.
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I just did the exact same thing as you are trying to do. I recommend that you use khan academy for this. If you sign up for the website (Which is free) then you can watch the videos and get practice problems and tests for every section. Things are organized just like the curriculum from school too so it is very useful.

Assuming you are going to college/uni soon khan academy would be basically all you need to learn the basics so that you have an easier time in school. Then when you are in school just pay attention and do lots of problems in the text book.
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Like others have said: kkan academy is your best bet.
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Khan Academy. spam mastery.
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