Basic algebra is algebra in which the letter symbols stand for real numbers. The scope of the field largely corresponds to the algebra usually taught in secondary schools or in early college as a precursor to the calculus.
An explanation of how the Montessori student learns algebra while interacting with manipulatives, physical objects, represented by expressions incorporating the numerals and variables of mathematics.
An educational game for those wanting a fun way to learn and practice algebra.
Interactive homework problems. Topics include Pre-Algebra, linear Algebra and other college Algebra.
Offers help and insight on a variety of algebra topics. Includes detailed notes, previously answered questions.
Nice collection of algebra lessons, calculators and worksheets.
Introduction to basic concepts of algebra: the lesson, an assignment, answer key.
Includes common algebra rules and formulas for a quick reference.
Algebra and math site links in a table to help you find various math subjects from algebra to calculus, algebra games to quizzes.
Review of (high school) algebra. Acrobat Reader required.
Automatically generated worksheets.
Covers arithmetic, basic geometry, algebra, and some math games.
Offers free math problem solving videos in algebra, geometry, algebra 2, trigonometry, precalculus, and calculus. Homework checker with answers to specific math problems.
Offers lessons to teach or refresh old algebra skills, software that shows how to solve problems step-by-step, and interactive worksheets for testing skills.
Article in the Platonic Realms.
Site on Functions and Relations from the IB Mathematical Studies textbook.
Presents the classical proof, together with a shorter one due to Richard Palais of Brandeis University.
Explains the process of making and proving conjectures about the behavior of equations that a repetitive trait, such as summation formulas. Includes the rules for a valid induction and some examples.
An intelligent tutoring system funded through a grant from the National Science Foundation to build software that is more like human tutors. This program will tutor students presenting them with progressively harder problems and will help me when needed.
Tutorial explains how to work with exponents, radical expressions, solving equations, inequalities, functions and graphing. Includes practice exercises and formula lists.
A collection of pre-algebra notes with examples and exercises.
Includes illustrated tutorials, categorized links, homework guidelines, and a study skills survey.
Solves a quadratic equation in standard form to obtain real and complex roots.
Topics covered include the order of operations, equations, exponents, polynomials, factoring, fractions, rational expressions, and radicals. Also, has practice quizzes.
Article in the Platonic Realms.
Gives a geometric proof of the rule for measuring the sides of a right triangle.
Covers the order of operations, working with plus and negative signs, solving for unknowns, straight line and polynomial functions, cartesian coordinates and simultaneous equations. Includes topical navigation, illustrations and charts.
A set of tutorials on various topics in introductory mathematics, as well as free software.
Learn about the "language" of math, sets, fractions, variables and simplifying formulas, using graphs, inequalities and study tips.
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