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here is an ssat site, which has your material you want http://www.testprepreview.com/modules/mathematics3.htm
Hmm.. Thanks.. but not sat :\
I love purplemath.com, wolframalpha.com can be good too but its wicked pretensious
Here is a few: ~MATH HELP SITES~ * http://www.mathnerds.com/ * A free math help site. Be forewarned, they won't just work your homework for you (and that's a good thing)! They will expect you to tell them what you've already tried and what you don't understand * http://www.mathhelpboards.com/forum.php?s=e72ab959b4848a18ee4bfb828643b7ef * A set of forums where you can get help in a variety of math subjects (including both University and lower level subjects). * http://people.brunel.ac.uk/~mastmmg/ssguide/sshome.htm * This is an excellent web site with some great discussion of study skills by Martin Greenhow. The site has some occasional comments pertaining to the school Dr. Greenhow teaches out but is a great site that goes into much greater detail that I do here in my "How To Study Math" section. * http://www.sosmath.com/CBB/ * S.O.S Math's forum for getting help for a wide variety of classes. In order to post a question you'll need to register, but it's free. * http://www.homeworkhelp.com/ * This site has both help services as well as software. ~Online Tutorial Sites ~ * http://www.understandingcalculus.com/ * A nice site covering a variety of Calculus topics. * http://www.intmath.com/ * This is a really nice site with lots of Flash and Java applets to help with a variety of topics from High School Algebra up to College level Calculus. * http://www.mathcs.org/analysis/reals/index.html * This is a part of MathCS.org and has some notes on some real analysis topics. * http://www.mathcs.org/statistics/index.html * Another section from MathCS.org dealing with statistics. ~ Math Information Sites ~ * http://www.purplemath.com/ * This site is a great site with lots of resources and links relating to Algebra. * http://www.basic-mathematics.com/ * Basic-Mathematics.com A really nice site with lots of information about Algebra and Geometry with a little Probabilty/Statistics thrown in. * http://mathforum.org/dr.math/faq/ * This is a nice site that answers to a lot of the frequently asked questions in math. * http://mathworld.wolfram.com/ * Here is an online math encyclopedia. * http://www.cut-the-knot.com/ * This site contains solutions to quite a few challenging problems including the 12 coins (or bags of gold) problem. ~ Online Exercises and Problems ~ * http://www.sosmath.com/cyberexam/cyber.html * Here is the S.O.S practice exam page. They have practice exams for topics ranging from Algebra to Calculus to Differential Equations. ~ Online Calculators ~ * http://calculators.stat.ucla.edu/ * Here are a variety of statistics calculators. * http://www.webmath.com/ * This site has will do many types of computations online from Algebra to Calculus. The site will not only give answers but the steps required to get most of the answers. * http://www.eeweb.com/toolbox/calculator * This is a really nice online calculator that is also capable of dealing with complex numbers. * http://www.pdfconverter.com/unitconverter/ * A nice unit converter calculator
Not even mit ocw?!
Libraries usually have good books on all of that. But the flutterers charge you late fees
In my school library.. there are n books called linear algebra, I don't know which ones to pick!!
Well, Schaum's are books. Those websites serve as alternative options if one chooses to not spend the money or have the funds to purchase the books readily. I have more websites, but those I listed are just a few of the ones I usually recommend to people. SOSmath has some good online help for linear algebra (which by the way was a very tough. very abstract course!)