# How To Learn Math For Free Online

If you want to, or need to learn math, you can do it completely online. I did it, and in this article, I will outline how to do it yourself. I will assume you want to start learning from the beginning so from Algebra I all the way to Linear Algebra and Calculus.

The reason I decided to learn math online by myself, is that I wanted to get more into Deep Learning, and I realized I need math. So, after trying out a lot of resources, I compiled a list of the best ones that I stumbled upon.

## Prealgebra

There are many good courses and videos on Prealgebra online, but the best one I found was Professor Leonard's Prealgebra Playlist. Professor Leonard is literally one of the best math professors I have ever seen. All of his playlists are amazing. The way he explains is unmatched. The only problem I found was that most of his classes were filmed for a University class and you have to go out and find exercises. This is not a big problem, but it can become tedious after a while. He also mentions which book the class is using, so you can just get the same book and learn alongside the class.

## Algebra

For Algebra, I would recommend Krista King's Become an Algebra Master course on Udemy. It contains thousands of exercises, really good explanations, and a certificate after finishing the course. Krista is really organized and explains concepts in a very clear way. Professor Leonard also has an Intermediate Algebra playlist, but I turned towards Krista's course because of the lack of exercises and solutions. Although, if you find some of Krista's explanations not sufficient, you can always go to Professor Leonard.

## Linear Algebra

Since Professor Leonard still doesn't have a Linear Algebra course, I would have to recommend Krista King again. She has a course on Linear Algebra, that is also on Udemy. I haven't finished the course yet, but so far I am satisfied. Khan Academy also has a good Linear Algebra course, but I prefer the linear ;) and structured way of Krista's course.

## Calculus

For Calculus, I would go for Professor Leonard's class. You can find the whole playlist for Calculus 1 here. He also has Calculus 2 playlist, so you can just continue right away. I haven't done the Krista King course for Calculus, but I am sure it is great too, especially since it has those extra exercises.

So there you have it, a basic outline of how to learn math all by yourself. It is 100% doable, and it's fun at some point. I know I didn't include a lot of resources here, but I just wanted to give you smaller choice, so you don't end up having analysis paralysis. In a future post, I will give some resources to expand on Statistics, but since I haven't finished any course myself, I won't recommend anything for now.