Many of us really wanted to learn Math but we are lack of reference like books, websites, tutors, etc. This post will outline some websites that will unleash the genius in you. To learn Mathematics is to practice often.
Be familiar on how to solve the problem so that the next time you encounter the same problem you would know what to do and you have a high probability to solving it.
You find a book perfect for your study but you have to buy it? That is not a problem; books are usually available for download in torrent sites without paying a single cent. Use your search engine to find it.
Below are the useful websites and resources where you can learn to the full extent.
This is the largest problem solving community in the World Wide Web. The time you sign up you will be assessed on how well you can solve math problems.
There are five levels depending on your foundation. Don’t get frustrated if you are in level 1 or 2, that’s understandable if you are beginning your career in Math. Once you’re logged in, you have access to practice feeds where you are again tested from basic to advanced Mathematics.
There is also a feeds of the most talked problem showing on your newsfeed depending on your level that you can solve yourself.
This website is like a forum. There is also a rich multimedia presentation of tutorials so that you can learn. My favorite section in that website is the video tutorial of probability.
Khan academy is like brilliant where you can practice solving problems but not as hard as brilliant.org.
A series of challenging mathematical/computer programming problems that will require more than just mathematical insights to solve.
Don’t be so dependent with this website if you really want to learn Math. This website works with an amazing algorithm. You ask your problem in the question bar and give the website a few seconds to think and voila! The answer is there.
Therefore make this website to check if your answer is correct or not. Not all the time this website can solve all especially worded problems.
This is a Youtube Channel dedicated for midschoolers in USA joining the National Raytheon Mathcounts Tournament. They have series of tutorials by the same guy in the art of problem solving.
Maybe the most active Mathematics Groups in Facebook. Created by Sir Glenn Gilongos, this group is home of topnotchers and quizzers in the Philippines.
You have a chance to be an admin but it takes a lot hard work. You may check their guidelines on how to be an admin by going directly to that group page.
You can post problems and be kind to ask if you need a solution because we know the fact that Mathematicians are lazy.
This is not a website but this is your primary tool to look for answers. Be resourceful to find it using this tool.
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