Unfortunately, I have been out of that field for several years now (the last course I took that any semblance of math in it was in 2006) so I am going to have to, basically, relearn high school math, physics and chemistry, so I am not completely lost when I do register and begin courses.

Looking at basic algebra problems these days, and I am almost at a loss beyond basic order of operations.

In my experience, a lot of this stuff comes back to you once you start doing it again. It won't come back all at once, but you'll find yourself saying now and then "Oh, I remember how to do this now." Two sites I've found to be really helpful with mathematics education (and not littered with countless pop-up ads) if you haven't heard of them already are

PurpleMath.com and the archive of

Ask Dr. Math.

Good luck with your studies!

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