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Learning Math in the Correct Order

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I always tell people if you want to learn get a textbook
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Khan academy has interactive questions to test your understanding
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Khan Academy has lots of practice problems. You can also find prealgebra books on libgen.rs
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Thank you, everyone, for your answers. I took having practice problems for granted as that seems to be relegated to textbooks a lot of the time. I wish I kept my College Algebra book from college. It was ugly, but it was also a great resource. One would think they could find the same thing online, but not really.

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