by Ron Kurtus (revised 8 March 2016)
The following are resources and references on Algebra:
Use these resources to help your understanding of the material.
Math Problem Solver Calculators - Wide range of calculators
Algebra.help - Many topics; has some sort of an equation calculator
Math.com - Numerous topics in algebra
Purplemath - Practical algebra lessons
SOS Math - Algebra - Refresher lessons
Get Homework Help in Math - Free trial from Chegg
Leading Websites for Math Teachers - From OnlineMathDegrees.com
Video Lessons on Algebra - From Socratic.org
Quadratic Equations - The MathPage/com
Quadratic Equations - MathIsFun.com
Quadratic equation - Wikipedia
Factoring Quadratics = MathIsFun
Factoring Quadratics - PurpleMath.com
Completing the Square: Solving Quadratic Equations - Purpleath.com
Completing the Square - MathIsFun.com
Quadratic Equation Calculator - From Math.com
Exponents: Basic Rules - PurpleMath.com
Exponent Rules - RapidTables.com
Exponents Calculator - CalculatorSoup.com
Practical Algebra: A Self-Teaching Guide by Peter H. Selby and Steve Slavin; Wiley (1991) $19.95 - Top ranked book that uses practical, real-life examples and applications
How to Solve Word Problems in Algebra by Mildred Johnson, Tim Johnson, Linus Johnson, Dean McRaine and Sheralyn Johnson; McGraw-Hill (2000) $9.95 - Study guide shows students easy ways to solve word problems
Algebra Demystified: A Self Teaching Guide by Rhonda Huettenmueller; McGraw-Hill Professional (2002) $19.95 - Good self-teaching guide with many examples
College Algebra Demystified by Rhonda Huettenmueller; McGraw-Hill Professional (2004) $19.95 - Self-teaching guide with key points, background information and questions
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