Unless you're a natural math wiz, college math is hard. I am admittedly not a mathematical person, so I needed a little extra help in my college algebra course. Thankfully I found these three college math help websites to get me through, and ultimately get me an A.
Hopefully they'll be of use to you in your college math classes as well.
Gone are the days of handheld scientific and graphing calculators. Once you use Mathway.com you'll never go back. This website is a must-have for any college math student. It comes in handy for college algebra, geometry, trigonometry, chemistry, calculus, and statistics classes.
You can get away with the free version, but if you need a little extra help and explanation of how to solve math equations, there is a paid version as well. It even comes with a free android app for on-the-go, so you'll never need to pick up a calculator again.
WolframAlpha advertises itself as an all-encompassing computational knowledge engine. It's mathematical section can guide you through a number of complex mathematical topics. There is also a section for statistical and data analysis.
Need to solve something quickly? Just go to the front home page and type your mathematical problem into the search bar. If you have something more specific that you're looking for, just click on the mathematical section and Wolfram will guide you to your topic of choice.
Wolfram also has apps for iOS, Kindle, Windows, and Android, so you can take this computational knowledge with you wherever you go.
So, you're taking a college math course and you're still having trouble grasping all of the concepts. Now what? It may be helpful to review all of the concepts on a website such as Virtual Math Lab. Virtual Math Lab is basically a list of college math tutorials that will help you better understand each concept.
Not only does Virtual Math Lab contain tutorials for college algebra, but also for the mathematical sciences.
I hope you find these 3 college math help websites useful in your studies.