Here are a list of web resources that we hope you will find helpful. The sublinks point to areas of particular interest.
List of General Online Resources
Sample problems and exams, calculus applets and animations, and a comprehensive list of calculus resources on the web.
Thorough text-based lessons on algebra, calculus, linear algebra, and differential equations. Lots of examples.
Text lessons largely focusing on algebra. This includes graphing, polynomials, lines, equations, exponents/logarithms, intro trig, and matrix operations. 34A students may find the section on solving word problems to be particularly useful.
Aimed at a younger age group, but provides a number of useful visual aides in its explanations of pre-calculus topics including geometry and algebra.
Text lessons and practice modules on algebra, geometry, pre-calculus (in progress), and calculus (in progress).
Online calculus textbook with interactive tutorials (best for those taking the 3 series).
Employs java applets, flash, and other interactive applications to provide tutorials on pre-calculus, limits, derivatives, integration, sequences, and series.
Do-it-all calculator / encyclopedia.
Lecture videos/audio (material available varies depending on class).
Lecture videos and course materials from MIT math classes (material available varies depending on class). Best for people in the 3 series or above.
Videos and practice problems covering topics from pre-algebra through linear algebra and differential equations.
This site has a large number of videos spanning many mathematical topics (pre-algebra, algebra, trig, calculus, linear algebra, differential equations, and even some Math 8 material). If you are looking for an alternative video library to Khan Academy, this is a good place to check.
Over 2,000 videos covering arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trig, calculus (single and multivariable), linear algebra, and differential equations.
Youtube videos on a variety of topics, including pre-algebra, geometry, trig, graphing, and sets. However, the most developed section (so far) is algebra.
Youtube videos covering a range of classes, including pre-calculus, trig/geometry, calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, and Math 8 material.
Logic puzzles and brain teasers.
Series of posters in PDF form depicting the role of mathematics in the real world.
TED talk (15:53) on how math and engineering, combined with origami, has yielded not only magnificent art but has real world applications.
Fun videos connecting math to music, doodles, and more. You can fine more content on her blog.