Yes actually, get a math book at a level you’re comfortable(better if you’re just familiar and not yet comfortable), read the first chapter and attempt some problems. It’s very important to try the problems, reading math doesn’t get you anywhere. After you’ve struggled a while(say 2 hours), if you still don’t know the answer wait a day try again for 15 min, if you still don’t get it let yourself look up the answer. It’s important not to feel guilty about looking up answers, this stuff is complicated and it has been developed for centuries, you won’t come up with anything new until after years

Yes actually, get a math book at a level you’re comfortable(better if you’re just familiar and not yet comfortable), read the first chapter and attempt some problems. It’s very important to try the problems, reading math doesn’t get you anywhere. After you’ve struggled a while(say 2 hours), if you still don’t know the answer wait a day try again for 15 min, if you still don’t get it let yourself look up the answer. It’s important not to feel guilty about looking up answers, this stuff is complicated and it has been developed for centuries, you won’t come up with anything new until after years of study. But it’s also important that you really try, because otherwise you’ll think everything is trivial when almost nothing is.