Mathematics: Online Resources
How-to videos (also called screencasts):
Lessons to read over:
This site has some easy to read lessons from algebra and trigonometry.
This site has some interesting questions about how you learn math followed by some lessons to read.
Why you shouldn't work both sides to prove an identity.
Download a simplified version of the discussion.
Resources for higher level classes (discrete math, number theory, etc).
Other helpful resources:
Watch a short, helpful video created by a GVSU professor!
Download this short pdf with some helpful WebAssign tips.
Print your own graph paper
I just want a plain piece of graph paper.
Make your own angle-measuring device so you can compute the heights of trees, tall buildings, etc.
Practice tests for various content areas (algebra, calculus, etc).
Computational knowledge engine
A nice collection of online manipulatives that education majors should find useful.
MTH 097 and 110 students and instructors may also find helpful things.
An interesting collection of calculators covering agriculture, aviation, gambling, music, clocks, nutrition, currency, and more.
You may have heard a famous anecdote about this. Is it true?
Page last modified July 29, 2013