Is there a specific order somebody who wants to brush up on their maths should go about it? I was looking for an order to do it in, pic related.
Would love your advice /sci/!
Just skip the geometry stuff:
Secrets of Mental Math by Benjamin
Functions and Graphs by Gelfand, Glagoleva, and Shnol
The Method of Coordinates by Gelfand, Glagoleva, and Kirillov
Elements of Algebra by Euler (http://web.mat.bham.ac.uk/C.J.Sangwin/euler/ElementsAlgebra.html)
Algebra by Gelfand and Shen
Trigonometry by Gelfand and Saul
Matrices and Linear Algebra by Schneider and Barker
<random exponentials and logarithms resource (you'll understand them better when you get to calculus anyway)>
Elementary Calculus: An Infinitesimal Approach by H. Jerome Keisler
Ordinary Differential Equations by Tenenbaum & Pollard
A Transition to Advanced Mathematics by Smith, Eggen, and Andre