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    Question self-teaching algebra

    So, I've decided to teach myself algebra(and eventually work my way to calculus). I have been lurking the internet for a while now, but I can't seem to find a good place to start.

    Math background:
    -equations(single-step, multi-step, problems)
    -Polynomials(adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, problems)
    -Linear equations(single-step, multi-step, graphing(mx+b), problems)
    -Linear inequalities(single-step, multi-step, problems)


    Do you have any suggestions on where to start? Websites, books, videos etc. would all be helpful.
    Thanks
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