>>13684136For lin alg & calc you should start with 3Blue1Brown’s YouTube series’. Don’t be discouraged if it takes you a couple watches to get the intuition. Actually understanding the concepts is most of the work.

You can then move on to Khan academy for a more in-depth look at the topics. I don’t imagine you’re looking to do pure math, so don’t worry abt proofs too much.

Id avoid wasting time practicing rote computation, and just learn how to use tools like symbolab, wolframalpha, matlab or julia/jupyter notebooks. Anything that’ll do the monkey work for you.

For stats, I don't know too much about that, but probability comes very easy if you understand calculus, especially integrals, as well as logic. Specially, try to learn about Boolean logic, it’ll be helpful in a lot of different areas

Can’t really help you with ML but if you ever need to understand stuff related to signal processing, which I believe is related, MIT Open Course ware has a great lecture series on YouTube by prof. Oppenheim

Good luck bro, wagmi