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Algebra Resources
Virtual Math Lab: College Algebra
Provides plain-language tutorials for college level algebra. It also has mini-tests with answer keys that can be used to test your comprehension.
Geometry Resources
Geometry in Action
Highlights applications of geometry in the real world and in programming.
Links for Computational Geometry
Provides a list of links on computational geometry and is recommended by the math department.
Calculus Resources
Calc101.com
Provides online help for some calculus problems and algebra work; requires an account for more advanced calculations, but is good for basic work.
Calculus.org
Contains several links, example tests, and formulae. Calculus.org is useful as a general resource center for studying calculus.
Calculus Refresher
Provides a brief review of several common calculus topics.
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Created by Professor Paul Garret, 2008
Multivariable Calculus
This is an online textbook for multivariable calculus recommended by the Math Dept.
Visual Calculus Aids
Collects flash-based tutorials on various calculus subjects.
Probability
Stat Pages
Lists of web pages that perform statistical calculations.
Number Theory
Numbertheory.org
Collects links for students and researchers in number theory.
Discrete Mathematics and Combinatorics
The Electronic Journal of Combinatorics
Provides articles for this year and the last. It also provides links to websites and resources in Combinatorics.
The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences
Collects sequences of integers, explaining their use and giving references to publications or formulas that utilize them.
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