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Mathematics Resources

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Ask Dr. Math

Ask Dr. Math is a question and answer service for math students and their teachers. A searchable archive is available by level and topic, as well as summaries of Frequently Asked Questions. This site is maintained by Drexel University.


Billed as the world's most extensive mathematics resource this site has information on algebra, calculus, geometry, statistics and much more!

The Teacher's Place at the Math Forum

Created by Drexel University, The Teacher's Place has some of the best resources for teaching math at all levels. The site is not only for teachers, it is also build by teachers! Materials cover pre-K through graduate level mathematics.

Math Goodies

Math Goodies is a free math help site featuring interactive lessons, puzzles and worksheets. Math Goodies has over 400 pages of activities for students, educators and parents.

History of Mathematics

An interesting site dealing with the historical aspects of math. Topics include origins of mathematic concepts as well as articles on math for different civilizations.  - School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of St Andrews, Scotland

Homeschool Math is a comprehensive math resource site for homeschooling parents and teachers: find free worksheets, math ebooks for elementary grades, an extensive link list of games, a homeschool math curriculum guide, interactive tutorials & quizzes, and teaching tips articles. The resources emphasize understanding of concepts instead of just mechanical memorization of rules.

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