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# Is there an online tutorial for solving math equations?

Several websites provide online tutorials that outline the steps required to solve most math equations, including Coolmath.com, S.O.S. Math, Regents Exam Prep Center and Khan Academy. Tutorials for extremely complex equations or specific math problems are usually not available online.

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Coolmath.com offers six easy-to-understand lessons that demonstrate the proper way to solve equations. Each lesson includes colorful illustrations and practice exercises to help measure a student's understanding.

Students can review several detailed examples of complex linear equations at S.O.S. Math, or users can try the problems first and then compare the solution to their own work. Each step is clearly explained and illustrated in both sections.

Operated by Oswego City School District in New York, the Regents Exam Prep Center website features five examples that vary in difficulty, along with tips and tricks for each type. Khan Academy hosts a comprehensive collection of video tutorials covering many types of equations, as well as interactive practice questions.

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