Math Websites
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I always use Easycalculation site for all math related stuffs. Quite useful. Hope you all will like it.
 SuperJedi224
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I don't know if it's come up yet, but this one is kind of cool.

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There are a bunch of really good math websites out there:
http://www.intmath.com has algebra, trigonometry, calculus, etc.
http://www.derivativecalculator.net/ great derivative calculator and shows graphs, they also have a integration calculator available for a separate site
http://www.mathpapa.com very good website that contains a lot of mathematics calculators and also lessons and examples
http://www.factoringcalculator.xyz  great website for factoring polynomials and trinomials
So there are plenty of online math sites. Some are general and include many different math topics. Others are specialized and only cover one topic. But they are all great resources to use.
So I recommend them all.
http://www.intmath.com has algebra, trigonometry, calculus, etc.
http://www.derivativecalculator.net/ great derivative calculator and shows graphs, they also have a integration calculator available for a separate site
http://www.mathpapa.com very good website that contains a lot of mathematics calculators and also lessons and examples
http://www.factoringcalculator.xyz  great website for factoring polynomials and trinomials
So there are plenty of online math sites. Some are general and include many different math topics. Others are specialized and only cover one topic. But they are all great resources to use.
So I recommend them all.
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I really like Science Forums Net but it's not only about math.

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Well I see a lot of people posting links that are calculators and stuff. But those are supposed to be the tools to check the answer and most students should not be using those. They should try their best to learn and practice because in the exams they won't be able to use those tools. Therefore, I think that some links that really talk about different math topics like Calculus 1 will be more useful.
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