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[College Level] Abstract Algebra On Line
"This site contains many of the definitions and theorems
from the area of mathematics generally called abstract algebra. It is intended for undergraduate students taking an abstract algebra class at the junior/senior level, as well as for students taking their first graduate algebra course."
Maintained by John Beachy

Sections include: Basics of Algebra ; Equations ; Ratio & Proportion ; Inequalities ; Absolute Value ; Exponents ; Polynomials ; Factoring ; Rational Expressions ; Rational Equations ; Linear Equations ; Functions ; Systems of Linear Equations ; Radicals ; Quadratics ; Applications.

Algebra 1: Graphing Linear Equations
Program to use your PC (may not work with Macs) to graph linear equations.

Algebra Homework Help Center -
"Algebra and math homework online. Pre-algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II. Numerous solvers with Work shown. Links to great algebra lessons. Interactive solvers for word problems. Ask questions on our question board."
By Igor Chudov

Algebra Story and Word Problems
"Reliable problem solving in all subjects that use mathematics for problem solving. Algebra, Physics, Chemistry... from grade school to grad school and beyond."
"We use some of the latest technology to help you learn and understand algebra. Our website features lessons to learn or refresh old skills, calculators that show you how to solve problems
step-by-step, and interactive worksheets to test your skills.

"...Our materials are written for the struggling student. We put the concepts in language they can understand. We also use this navigation tool (the Brain) because it associates math concepts for the student. For whatever reason, it appears that our system works, and makes a difference in the student success rate (in lower level math courses, anyway) at our university... Additionally, we have determined that students who use our system in junior-high and senior-high level algebra instruction can also benefit significantly from using the BrainTrax System."
Sections include: Algebra ; Trigonometry ; Calculus I ; Calculus II.
- University of Missouri, Rolla

Catalogue of Algebraic Systems
Maintained by John Pederson, Dept. of Mathematics, University of South Florida

Electronic Journal of Linear Algebra
Published by the The International Linear Algebra Society

Elements of Abstract and Linear Algebra
"This is a foundational textbook on abstract algebra with emphasis on linear algebra. You may download parts of the book or the entire textbook."
By Edwin H. Connell

Math Forum: K-12 Algebra
Sections include: Classroom Materials for Teachers and Students ; Software ; Internet Projects ; Public Forums.
From The Math Forum @ Drexel - Homework Help
Sections include: Pre-Algebra ; Algebra ; Geometry

MathWorld - Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics
Subjects include: Algebra ; Applied Mathematics ; Calculus and Analysis ; Discrete Mathematics ; Foundations of Mathematics ; Geometry ; History and Terminology ; Number Theory ; Probability and Statistics ; Recreational Mathematics ; Topology.

Ms. Lindquist
The Free Algebra Tutor for Word Problems
Written by Neil Heffeman, Carnegie Mellon University

Physics Tutorials
Sections include: Remedial [includes Algebra and Trig] ; Tutorials ; Biophysics Tutor ; MathCad Exercises ; Sample Exams ; Computer Simulations.
Dept. of Physics, University of Guelph, Canada

Symbolic Mathematical Computation Information Center
"The area of Symbolic and Algebraic Computation (SAC), also known as Computer Algebra (CA) in some circles, aims to automate mathematical computations of all sorts...This document is a starting point for discovering information about SAC."

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