Why use freemathresource.com?
This site has been created to help you understand math better than you do right now. The information on the site will always be free for you to access at your convenience at any time of the day or night.
How can I get the most out of the site?
Getting the most out of the site depends on your goals. If your goal is to get help with a single question, then going through one article, lesson, or definition is what it required. If your goal is to improve your performance in math class, then regular use of the site can help you toward that goal.
I can’t find the lesson I am looking for. Where is it?
The lessons are divided into courses on this site, so find the course you are taking and look at the menu of available lessons. If you can't find what you are looking for, the next best option is the search feature. Type in your lesson topic, keyword, or important definition in the search box to see what is available.
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Why should I leave comments?
In math class, active participants usually do better than students who do the minimum. Becoming an active member of freemathresource.com will give you a chance to explain your thinking or give your opinion. Others may learn from the information provided in your comment just as you may benefit from reading someone else’s comment. All participants win when there is active participation.