# MATHEMATICS RESOURCES

**Cool Math**This site was developed to take the drudgery out of learning math and instead make it fun. Math practice games, lessons and explanations on everything from Pre-Algebra, and Algebra, to Pre-Calculus can be found on this site along with tools and reference for Geometry and Trigonometry and a "Math Survival Guide."

**Free Math Help**

Need help with math? This site offers lessons in Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, Statistics and even Sports Math. It also provides calculators, games, an interactive problem solver, and a forum to share your math questions with other users.**Kocmoud's Constructions**

Want to know how to construct a centroid in a triangle or make a perpendicular biscector? This site will give you an explanation of how to do these and other basic geometric constructions.

**The Math Forum/Ask Dr. Math**

Described on this website as a "question and answer service for math students and their teachers," this resource utilizes a searchable archive organized by grade level and math topics (such as polynomials, exponents, the Fibonacci sequence, golden ratio, pi, and prime numbers) as well as the Dr. Math FAQ to provide users with personal answers to their math questions.

**Math Open Reference**

This open reference resource can be used in two ways: as an encyclopedia where students look up a word or term or as a coaching mode where a step-by-step explanation of a subject is provided. This resource has interactive and/or animated illustrations and meets NCTM standards for content.

**Math.com/The World of Math Online**

Homework help, practice for different math subjects, calculators and tools, games, worksheets, tests, advice on choosing a tutor, and a store where parents and teachers can order math supplies are all a part of this web resource.**Purplemath**

"Practical Algebra lessons demonstrating useful techniques and pointing out common errors" is the focus of this website. An ordered listing of lessons, learning forums, categorized Internet math links, homework guidelines, a study skills self-survey, quizzes, worksheets, and a link to Math.com for personal help are provided.

**Webmath**

From Discovery Education, this math help website allows students to enter specific math questions or problems and generates the answer in real-time as soon as the user clicks on "solve." Webmath also provides and explanation of how the answer was reached.