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I am in middle school. I have spent a month (about) teaching myself the basics of linear algebra. I am having geometry this year in school (I had algebra 1 last year) and I've also taught myself a bit about quantum computing. I'd like to teach myself about quantum mechanics, and I was wondering the following things:
- Are there any other things I should study besides linear algebra? What is absolutely necessary to know?
- What are some good resources for self-teaching quantum mechanics? I am able to read through decently complicated books; I taught myself some linear algebra out of a textbook, but also the simpler/clearer the better.
I would like to be able to handle at least a decent portion of the math behind it, as well as an intuitive understanding. I'm willing to devote a decent amount of time to this project.
Any help would be appreciated.