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|The Best Online Math Resources|
Best Online Math Resources: khanacademy.org
Started by Harvard and MIT graduate Salman Khan (not the Bollywood Actor), Khan Academy is a free educational resource that according to Michael Noer in his article on Forbes, “One Man, One Computer…Education” is frequented by over 10 million students worldwide. Khan Academy is the top choice for many who look for free top quality teaching on a wide variety of subjects including Math. Adored by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Google, Khan Academy is a must see for anyone looking to improve their Math abilities. The website provides help with a wide variety of topics including but not limited to Algebra, Calculus and Geometry through the use of real life, relatable examples using methods such as videos. Khan Academy is best used for those who need additional teaching to understand a topic they may not have grasped initially. Other resources include a forum where you are free to ask questions, or participate in discussions, and a worksheet to test your progress. Registration to the site is simple, and can be done through your Facebook or Google account.
Best Online Math Resources: Mathway.com
Best Online Math Resources: Meta-calculator.com
Another great online Math calculator, Meta-calculator offers the ability to solve some of your most complex Math problems on topics that include Algebra and Calculus, and even helps with plotting some of the most complex graphs. The site offers a wide variety of calculators ranging from a graphing calculator, a scientific calculator to even a programmers calculator. It even offers an app on the Apple App Store so you can take the functionality of the Meta Calculator with you, wherever you go. Meta-calculator is perfect for those who do not own an advanced calculator, or are taking multiple Math courses at the same time and simply need one resource for their problems.
If you know of any other online math resources that would be helpful, feel free to share by commenting below.