|Math for Morons Like Us - Algebra|
This site was written for students by students and is featured in the ThinkQuest competition web site. Depending upon your knowlege level, click on the "Pre-Algebra," "Algebra" or "Algebra II" links which are listed under the heading "Learn." This site has tutorials, sample problems and interactive quizzes. It also also includes a searchable formula database and a bulletin board. Use link for "Site Index" to look for specific concepts.
This is a well organized site for beginning algebra, with three major features: lessons, interactive worksheets and calculators that show how to solve problems step-by-step. Scroll to the bottom of the home page to view detailed study topics. It also includes section on word problems.
|SOS Math - Algebra|
This site was originally developed by faculty members at the University of Texas El Paso math department and is a resource for math review from agebra to differential equations. Select "Algebra" and choose a topic. Each topic area includes definitions, rules, a tutorial, class notes, examples, exercises, answers and step-by-step solutions. Click on "Cyberexam" link for practice tests. Search box is located at the top left of page.
|Math.com - Algebra|
Choose a math concept under "Algebra." Each lesson is organized into 4 steps: Step 1: First Glance, Step 2: In-depth Explanation, Step 3: Examples, and Step 4: Workout, which provides 10 interactive problems and their solutions. When 8 out of 10 of the problems are correctly answered, the user is encouraged to move on to the next concept. Unit quizzes are available. The site is sponsored by Encore Software.
|Beginning Algebra Workbook|
This is an online text-based workbook authored by George M. Alexander of the University of Wisconsin for use by students who need to learn or review the elementary algebra skills necessary for success in college level algebra classes. It includes readings, exercises, unit reviews, exams, and answer keys.
|West Texas A&M Virtual Math Lab - Algebra|
Select from three comprehensive tutorials on beginning, intermediate and college level algebra. All tutorials are well organized into six sections: learning objectives, introduction, tutorial (definitions, formulas, illustrations, step-by-step examples), practice problems with links to answers, and off site web links for extra help. Printable practice tests (with answer keys) are provided for groups of tutorials.
This site has lessons on introductory through advanced algebra topics. It provides practical tips, hints, examples of common mistakes, and an extensive selection of word problems. Browse the listing or use the "search" box at the top of the page. The site was created by Elizabeth Stapel of Western International University.
|Math Reference Tables|
This well organized site features math facts and formulas for basic arithmetic and other topics. It includes links to Spanish and French versions, and an interactive message board. It is authored by Dave Manura of Math2.org.