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What are some free resources for getting help with math homework?

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Mathway.com and webmath.com offer free help on math homework problems as of 20125. Math.com and Khanacademy.org offer free math lessons that may be useful in figuring out math homework.

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Mathway.com has an interactive tool by which a user enters a specific math problem, clicks the Answer button and receives an answer. Homework help is available for basic math, pre-algebra, algebra and trigonometry. The site also offers help with pre-calculus, calculus, statistics, finite math and linear algebra. To view the steps of complicated problems, a user must create an account with a password and agree to terms of service.

Math.com prompts users to first select the type of math problem they need help with, such as K-8 math or algebra. Next, they must select the areas of their questions, such as polynomials or quadratic equations. Users are directed to pages with short lessons about the topics and boxes to enter their specific questions.

Both Math.com and Khanacademy.org offer free online math lessons. Math.com features lessons, interactive practice problems and quizzes for the specific topics of pre-algebra, alegbra and geometry, as well as lessons specifically designed for each grade level from kindergarten through 8th grade. Khanacademy.org offers dozens of engaging short video tutorials for math lessons suitable for kindergarten through 8th grade, high school and college. Users must log in and enter their passwords to view Khan Academy videos.

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