MATHEMATICS: RESOURCES :
EDUCATION: MATHEMATICS :
EDUCATION: LEARNING AND STUDY:
RESOURCES AND TOOLS:
The Math Forum @ Drexel
We offer a wealth of problems and puzzles; online mentoring;
research; team problem solving; collaborations; and professional
development. Students have fun and learn a lot. Educators share
ideas and acquire new skills.
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Purple math is a great website that provides online math
lessons written by educators and has gotten good reviews
from students. It also has links to some other good
SOS math is similar to Purple Math in that it has good lessons and
explanations for several math topics. It also has a section of sample
tests so that you can try to asses your progress.
Drexel Math Forum
Drexel Math Forum is a forum with discussions of math topics.
You can get help with specific concepts and problems in the
Ask Dr Math section, or you can search for the topic you are
interested in receiving help with to see if it has already been discussed.
Math Nerds is somewhat similar to As Dr Math (see above), but much
more in depth. This site lets you ask questions to a team of mathematics
professors and educators, who usually responds in under 16 hours.
The site is free, but you will need to register (to avoid spam etc.)
Dr. Paul Dawkins online math notes
If you need something more along the lines of a textbook,
Dr. Paul Dawkins has placed extensive course notes on algebra
and a review of pre-calculus online for free. We have used these notes
in the past for our summer program to prepare students for college
level mathematics and had success with them.
For those taking calc 3 or above, it is highly
recommended that you get comfortable using
advanced mathematics software to become
familiar with graphs of multivariable functions.
Proprietary software is available in the
computer labs, but a free program is available
for use at home at the address below.
Advanced Math and Science Classes
MIT Online lecture materials
MIT makes lecture notes, textbooks,
and multimedia content available for
free for some if its more advanced math classes
(calculus and beyond).
If you need help with more advanced Physics,
the Physics forum is a good place to go.
You can ask specific questions or just
brows through the forums for lessons and
following website has a list of online anatomy textbooks
available for free. There are also other free textbooks geared
towards med students. If you are in a pre-health professions track,
now is the time to start looking for any additional resources that
could be helpful in your studies. Med students absolutely need to
be skilled in finding and using additional study resources and study
strategies in order to get through.
math textbooks on this website range from advanced to
super-advanced and are really geared towards those majoring
in mathematics (or getting a graduate degree). This is a great
resource for those math tutors who have questions about calc 3,
differential equations, modern algebra, complex analysis, etc.
For a textbook geared towards general mathematics,
see Dr. Paul Dawkins online math notes above.
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