Sometimes your course textbook just doesn’t have all the info or practice you’d like it to have OR you need to brush up on some of the math skills you haven’t used in a while. So, if you want more information (or the same information presented in a different way) or if you’d like more practice with what you’re learning in class (or learned in the past), visit the sites listed below.
Many of the resources listed below contain lessons and practice problems. The practice problems provide you with hints and final solutions as you work your way through them.
Calculus I, II, and III – from your textbook
Algebraic concepts: review of key algebraic concepts that will be used continuously throughout the Calculus courses. This resource is provided by your textbook’s author so it has the same look and feel as your calculus book.
Challenge problems: want to practice with some challenging problems? This resource is provided by your textbook’s author so it is aligned with what you might expect to see on exams in your class.
Quiz/practice problems: want more practice with problems very similar to those in your calc book? This resource is provided by your textbook’s author so it has the same look and feel as the problems in your book.
Quick math: is a symbolic calculator that can perform algebraic and graphical tasks.
Wolfram|Alpha: enter your question or calculation, and Wolfram|Alpha uses its built-in algorithms and a growing collection of data to compute the answer.
MathMatize: has modules for fundamentals of high school math, linear algebra, differential calculus. You can create an account or use an anonymous account.