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u/KrayCraig · 2 pointsr/Algebra

There are websites such as mathsisfun which teach basic algebra which might be worth a go. Khan Academy is another popular site for learning maths, and has helped me in the past.
You could also buy a book which introduces algebra. Personally, I learnt a lot from [this] book, ( which I studied in my first semester at college (in the UK).
This [page] ( may also prove useful to you. It basically answers a similar question with better depth than I ever could have managed.
Hope I helped!

u/XoXeLo · 1 pointr/Algebra

I'm kind of late to the party, but a book we use in Latin America it's Algebra from Baldor. I don't know if there is a translated version of that book, but IMO it's a very good book.

Doing some quick search on google gave me this:

u/zaken7 · 1 pointr/Algebra

Hey, I have found a nice text book called no bullshit guide with math and physics.
No bullshit guide to math and physics: Ivan Savov ... -

So far it's the best I've ever read. The author made another one only for linear algebra as well.
No bullshit guide to linear algebra: Ivan Savov ... -