Useful Links for Students

General Mathematics
  • www.mathforum.org
    • An online forum consisting of teachers, researchers, students, etc., willing to help anyone with particular questions. This site also harvests a plethora of general mathematical resources and tools.
  • www.math.com
    • A site that offers comprehensible articulations of mathematical subjects ranging from pre-algebra to statistics and calculus.
  • www.mathportal.org/calculators/calculus/derivative-calculator.php
    • The website offers various math calculators from prime factorization to calculus derivatives for students to check their work with. 

MAT 100-103

Algebra

  • www.purplemath.com/modules/
    • This website provides detailed explanations of various topics in Math 100-103. Topics include factorization, venn diagrams, ratios, exponents, graphing linear equations, etc. There are multiple examples given for each topic with steps that are very easy to follow. 
  • www.themathpage.com/alg/algebra.htm
    • This website lists a range of topics in Algebra, fully explains the topics, and then provides many examples with answers for students to practice their Algebra skills. 
  • www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/index-college.html
    • This website provides detailed explanations of various topics in Math 100-103There are multiple practice problems given for each topic with steps that are very easy to follow. 
  • http://www.veritasprep.com/sat-prep-algebra-resources-galore/
    • This website of a high school SAT prep company has a library of resources for students struggling with algebra.

MAT 104

Finite Math

  • www.math.odu.edu/~bogacki/cgi-bin/lat.cgi?c=rref
    • This website allows you to enter the all of the information from a matrix and clearly explains each step that will lead you to reach the row reduced form. 
  • www.finitehelp.com
    • This website offers videos that explain different topics in finite math. You are able to submit problems to the website and they will upload a video of how to do the problem step by step.
  • www.mathsisfun.com/money/index.html
    • This website clearly explains compound interest, defines each piece of the formula, and then provides many practice problems. 

MAT 117, 141, 142, 143, 234

Statistics

MAT 130

Pre-Calculus

MAT 111, 131, 132

Calculus

  • www.calcchat.com
    • This website offers worked-out solutions to odd-numbered exercises from the Calculus textbook by Larson.
  • www.math.ucdavis.edu/~kouba/ProblemsList.html
    • This website has multiple Calculus problems with detailed solutions. It lists one problem at a time with easy-to-follow steps and has problems ranging in difficulty from easy to challenging.
Physics
  • www.physicsforums.com/
    • An online forum—similar in format to MathForum.org—which hosts general discussions/help on Physics and its sub-fields (General, Classical, Quantum, etc.).
  • www.splung.com/
    • A site (which also offers personal assistance) formatted as a review sheet with in-depth explanations of the various subjects covered in general physics.
Chemistry
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