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Looking for interactive computer-based tutorial software for Advanced Mathematics

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  1. Hero
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    I'm looking for interactive computer based math software for advanced calculus and above: Calculus I Calculus II Foundations of Advanced Mathematics Calculus III Linear Algebra Modern Algebra I Computer Science One of the following: Real Analysis I Real Analysis II Complex Analysis Probability and Statistics I Probability and Statistics II Advanced Geometry Differential Equations Modern Algebra II Real Analysis I Real Analysis II Complex Analysis Mathematical Modeling Set Theory and Topology Edit

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  2. goformit100
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    Use Microsoft Math 2010 .

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  3. Hero
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    No, that's not what I meant. Tutorial based software.

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  4. goformit100
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    may i provide you with the sites ..

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  5. Hero
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    I'm not really interested in sites. I can find those on my own. I'm specifically looking for tutorial-based software in the above subjects. Calc III and above.

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  6. goformit100
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    Sorry @Hero i don't have any idea then

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    Sorry @Callisto and @Hero ...oops ididn't know that

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  8. sami-21
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    @hero /the best software, user friendly and god for all you have mentioned is 'Maple'.

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  9. Hero
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    That's a computer-based graphics/calculator/programming software. It's not tutorial-based software.

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  10. sami-21
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    Even without knowing the A,B,C of programming you can use it.there are students packages in Maple which are very helpful.some tutors are there as well.

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    Maybe Maple is what I'm looking for. I see they have a "clickable math" technology, but I need to be able to have access to the tutorials. I'm not trying to create tutorials. I'm trying to access the tutorials that are already put together.

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  12. Hero
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    There might be other software that's already available that's more suitable for my needs. Maple looks promising, but I need something more readily accessible.

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  13. kartiksriramk
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    You might try thinkwell.They provide video classes and math exercises online.

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  14. apple_pi
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    Free... or not?

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  15. apple_pi
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    Perhaps mathsonline? You can try it for free here http://mathsonline.com.au/students/guest

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  16. ghazi
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    go for geogebra, matlab, scilab

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  17. Hero
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    @ghazi, that's not what I'm looking for. Look up "tutorial" to find out what I mean. I already have geogebra anyway.

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  18. ghazi
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    you can go for matlab...the only problem is to solve everything using matrices but the topics that you've mentioned can be taught and learned

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  19. RyanL.
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    Hero it doesn't exist. If there was something like this online unis would be using them and they would go out of business. Probably someone has done something like this but nothing that is out for the public.

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    It exists. You're just not looking hard enough.

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  21. RyanL.
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    You found one? What is it called?

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  22. Hero
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    I found something, but it's not exactly what I'm looking for. But it's a start.

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  23. RyanL.
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    What is it?

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  24. Hero
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    It's not impressive at all. But... http://www.mathcs.org/

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  25. RyanL.
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    Wow my professor uses this website. Idk man I think this is the best out there for the moment.

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  26. Hero
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    @myininaya

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  27. lemonjuice
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    have you tried mathstar

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  28. eliassaab
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    For calc 1, 2 and three, you can use the site http://moltest.missouri.edu/mucgi-bin/calculus.cgi Use friefox for it.

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    Listing Calc I and II was a mistake. I meant Calc III and above.

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  30. eliassaab
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    You can find calc III materials in http://moltest.missouri.edu/mucgi-bin/calculus.cgi

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    Yeah, but that's just online tests. I'm looking for something similar to Thinkwell, Aleks, or Plato, except for the list of courses above

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  32. jabberwock
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    I think what you might be looking for is the Khan Academy. Huge database of YouTube videos, all pretty easy to understand.

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    They don't have anything beyond Diff Eqs though

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