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- Studying math at midnight?

Can’t remember how to calculate that formula?

Check out the Academic Success Centre’s free online college math videos. You’ll find reviews of common math skills needed for River College Polytechnic programs, including: finding common denominators, direct proportion, scientific notation, working with algebraic expressions, working with a calculator in Business Admin, and much more. And we add new videos throughout the year, so come back every few months to see what’s new.

Here is a list of websites that you may find helpful while taking college courses.

The math sites include interactive lessons, worksheets, quizzes and unlimited practice to achieve thorough mastery of the concepts. Topics covered are basic math, algebra, trigonometry, calculus, and statistics.

- AAA MathA comprehensive set of interactive math lessons is featured here. Unlimited practice is available on each topic to attain mastery of the concepts, and immediate feedback as lessons are completed prevents learning incorrect methods. A wide range of topics is given from basic math to algebra and trigonometry.
- S.O.S. MathematicsThis is a free resource for math review material from algebra to differential equations and calculus. It provides help for college students and adult learners to do homework, refresh math memory, or prepare for tests and exams.
- The Purple Math ForumsPurplemath helps students gain understanding and self-confidence in algebra. There is a lessons index that lists algebra topics from preliminary and beginning algebra to intermediate and advanced levels, and a section on solving word problems. The site also provides a list of off-site tutoring and instructional resources.
- WebMATHWebmath is a math-help website that generates an answer when the user enters a question or problem. As well as giving the answer the moment the user clicks “solve”, Webmath shows the student how to arrive at that solution.
- Interactive MathematicsThis site provides information and examples for algebra, money math, trigonometry, complex numbers, probability, differentiation, integration, and higher calculus.
- www.math.comHere at the ASC, we like Math.com because it offers clear and concise free math lessons & solving strategies in areas from basic math to algebra, geometry and beyond. The explanations contextualize the math, so you have a vision of why you are doing something and how you can apply it to your college math and your life math. You’ll view examples right after a learning moment and you’ll have a chance to dive right in to practice questions. Online calculators are also available on this site. Furthermore, you can generate your own algebra workshops to print and use. It includes many options of equations, systems and quadratics.

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