I am taking Pre-Calculus next year, and I will be in 10th grade. However, I will also be taking Honors Biology 2 and Honors Chemistry 1 at the same time (literally). Are there any helpful websites (besides this one) for Pre-Calc that I can use for extra help since I am not that great at math and to help me not get confused with the math in Chemistry (or is it similar)? Thanks for any information!

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I am taking Pre-Calculus next year, and I will be in 10th grade. However, I will also be taking Honors Biology 2 and Honors Chemistry 1 at the same time (literally). Are there any helpful websites (besides this one) for Pre-Calc that I can use for extra help since I am not that great at math and to help me not get confused with the math in Chemistry (or is it similar)? Thanks for any information!

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Idk if this guy has precalculus but you might find something useful here: http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/ It helped me a lot from calculus 1 all the way to differential equations. Also this: http://www.wolframalpha.com/
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This is really good also: http://academicearth.org/courses/precalculus
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This guy has tons of videos where he shows you how to solve all kinds of precalc problems

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Okay, thank you! I just went on them, and they seem like they have a lot of helpful information. I just finished bookmarking them on my computer! :) Thanks!
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Ok no problem =) Hope they help you =) The last one I gave you should be one of the best. At least it worked for me. Cause when I couldn't understand the way my teacher would explain stuff, this guy explained it perfectly and it helped a lot. So yea =)
I bet they will! :D lol, I know what you mean about not understanding the teacher- I used openstudy and Khan Acadamy a bunch for Geometry and Algebra II this year...and both were very helpful-especially Khan
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Oo so you know khanacademy oo ok, yea, so you know that it is very helpful =) He's great, he knows how to teach really well, it helps a lot =)
Haha, yep, I do! He explains everything down to the minute detail-its wonderful! But sometimes I still have to watch the video over and over to understand stuff, because I am kinda slow when it comes to math, but about 90% of the time, I understand what he teaches! He is better than my teachers...isn't that sad lol...
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Yea, but don't worry, its not just you, I watch it over and over as well because I can't always understand everything by just watching it once. Oh yea, it is sad, and what makes it worse is that he's better then all of my math professors in college lol.
Oh gosh, I feel better that I am not the only one who does that! wow, that is pretty sad if he's better than your math professors! Lol, my dad was a Pysics major and doesn't understand why I do so poorly in math (in certain areas), but when he tries to help me, he gets me more confused so all I do is start watching the videos on Khan Academy in front of my dad and he gets confused b/c according to him, the "dude online is teaching just what I told you" LOL
*my dad is a physics major
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Lol, yea, i guess everyone has different ways of teaching and learning, so that's why there are those "i don't get it" situations. But somehow, Khan teaches it in a way that everyone can understand =)
Haha, yep! I go on Khan Academy all the time for help because their tutorials are the only ones in video form I can understand (it makes me feel like I'm in an actual classroom...)

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