Howdy!

I've searched the forums and Google for ideas but all the information/advice I found was either not helpful or inaccurate. So, perhaps someone here can help point me in the right direction. I'm heading off to University next year but, before I do that, I'd like to study some of the math subjects I will encounter beforehand, e.g. discrete mathematics and set theory.

I have no trouble learning and always give my best effort in everything I do. However, my current understanding of mathematics remains at an introductory-intermediate level of Algebra (no Calc or Trig, as is the case with the rest of my class), which I'm currently rectifying with other math books I've aquired. I'm also quite comfortable working out technical math-lingo, especially when doing so at my own leisure.

Sorry about all the rambling, just thought I'd try and put things into perspective by explaining my situation.

The book I'm *dreaming* of should be (relatively) easy to understand and provide enough information to give me some idea of what will hit me when I finally head off to Uni.

Thanks in advance for any replies,

Michael