From polynomials to rational expressions, the world of algebra can be a befuddling place. Of course, trigonometry presents certain challenges as well, what with its sine graphs and inverse functions. Students and teachers of these subjects need fear no longer, as this site offers a guide for smooth sailing through all of these thorny matters. These mathematics resources were designed to...

A number of online textbooks have been created in the past several years, and this course in linear algebra is a nice addition to the existing repertoire of such educational materials. Professor Rob Beezer of the University of Puget Sound created this introductory textbook, and he still maintains the site and provides updates periodically. The material covered in the textbook includes systems of...

A number of educational publishers publish websites to complement their print textbooks, and Prentice Hall maintains this site as a way to highlight some of the materials found in their College Mathematics book. Authored by Bill Armstrong and Don Davis, the site contains eighteen different sections which cover topics like linear models, integral calculus, and game theory. Each section, found by...