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Let me begin by stating that I am a sixteen year-old high school student. If you go by years, I am in eleventh grade, I homeschool. I need help on deciding on a math curricula to use for the rest of my schooling. I feel comfortable with my Algebra knowledge and am working on Physics and Trigonometry at the moment, at my current pace, I should be done with both in about a month, and need help on choosing a couple books to help me in my learning. Any help would be much appreciated, and if you need to know anything else before you are comfortable giving a recommendation, don't hesitate to ask.

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If you've already done physics I would move into calculus. It can be applied to the concepts of physics easily. I love Calculus, its fairly easy, and more fun then algebra and trig. Right now I'm a high school senior (12th grade) and am taking Calculus II at the University of Findlay. The book we used in Calc I was "Calculus Early Transcendentals: Part One" eleventh edition.

ISBN: 0-321-49874-7

I hope that helps. If you have any question PM me.

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