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Harvard University - Abstract Algebra Open Learning Course VIDEOS
Abstract Algebra: Theory and Applications - Textbook PDF
math.illinois.edu - Abstract Algebra: The Basic Graduate Year PDF
Problems in Abstract Algebra - No exposition, no solutions, just problems for those who like problems PDF
Problems with Solutions - Set of problems, this time with solutions PDF
Another Set of Problems - with solutions, from Brown University PDF
Algebra Demystified - ebook from McGraw-Hill Publishers PDF
Pre Algebra Demystified - ebook from McGraw-Hill Publishers PDF
Pre Calculus Demystified - ebook from McGraw-Hill Publishers PDF
Khan Academy - Course in algebra
Math is Fun - The Algebra department at mathisfun.com
Math Papa - Algebra Calculator is a calculator that gives step-by-step help on algebra problems
Khan Academy - Learn about linear algebra
UC Davis - Linear Algebra a textbook PDF
Deep Learning Book - another textbook, linear algebra as it relates to Machine Learning PDF
MIT - OpenCourse on Linear Algebra
Linear Algebra - A free textbook at the undergraduate level
Problems in Mathematics - Problems and their solutions
Exercises and Problems - includes answers to some PDF
More Problems - no solutions provided, some pretty tough PDF
Maths Chase - Maths Chase is a completely free site where you can quickly test your times tables. NEW
Battleship Game - Interactive game teaches the times tables in a fun and entertaining way. AD
Everyday Math Demystified - ebook from McGraw-Hill Publishers PDF
Khan Academy - Online course in basic math
math.com - Elementary mathematics covered here
Math Circles - join a math circle or start one
Khan Academy - online course in calculus
Strang, Gilbert - Calculus textbook PDF
Math is Fun - The calculus department at mathisfun.com
IXL - Interactive calculus
SOS Math - Learn about calculus at SOS Math
Visual Calculus - Learn calculus with your graphing calculator
WolframAlpha - Wolfram|Alpha is a great tool for computing limits, derivatives and integrals and their applications, including tangent lines, extrema, arc length and much more.
Calculus.org - Resources and links for students and instructors
Calculus Demystified - ebook from McGraw-Hill Publishers PDF
Brilliant.org - Take a guided, problem-solving based approach to learning Calculus. These compilations provide unique perspectives and applications you won't find anywhere else.
math.hmc.edu - Calculus tutorials
GATech.edu - Complex Analysis by George Cain TEXTBOOK
Harvard University - Advanced Complex Analysis Course Notes by C. McMullen PDF
Differential Equations Demystified - ebook from McGraw-Hill Publishers PDF
IXL - IXL will track your score, and the questions will automatically increase in difficulty as you improve!
Math dot com - Geometry central at math dot com
Math is Fun - Plane and solid geometry
Math Warehouse - Circles, Triangles, parallelograms and many more shapes to explore and learn about!
Youtube - Introduction to Geometry VIDEO SERIES
Geometry Demystified - ebook from McGraw-Hill Publishers PDF
Discussion Forum - Researchers Discover a Pattern to the Seemingly Random Distribution of Prime Numbers
Vice News - Researchers Discover a Pattern to the Seemingly Random Distribution of Prime Numbers
Independent Reports - Maths experts stunned as they crack a pattern for prime numbers
The Prime Pages - Prime Number Research, Records and Results
Brown University - A textbook, beginning with "What is number theory?" PDF
nrich.maths.org - An Introduction to Number Theory by Vicky Neale
wired.com - Latest news and developments in number theory
Quanta Magazine - New developments in this exciting field
Math Archives - links related to number theory, all kinds of good stuff here
MIT - OpenCourse in number theory
Geeksforgeeks.org - Number Theory (Interesting Facts and Algorithms)
John D. Cook - blog
Probability Demystified - ebook from McGraw-Hill Publishers PDF
Introduction to Set Theory - Textbook by Karel Hrbacek & Thomas Jech DJVU
Fundamental Statistics - Fundamental Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (v. 2.1) by Bryan R. Burnham
Magoosh Statistics Blog - Learn statistics fundamentals with Magoosh
Statistics How To - "Statistics for the rest of us!"
Calculator - For right triangles WEB APP
Dave's Short Trig Course - You should already be familiar with algebra and geometry before learning trigonometry. From algebra, you should be comfortable with manipulating algebraic expressions and solving equations. From geometry, you should know about similar triangles, the Pythagorean theorem, and a few other things, but not a great deal.
Khan Academy - Presentation on trigonomethry VIDEO
Trigonometry Demystified - ebook from McGraw-Hill Publishers PDF
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