Welcome! This site has been designed to "assist you in your pursuit of increased mathematical
understanding," or whatever sounds good to you. The subjects
covered range from Pre-Algebra to Calculus.
First, a little background.
As we worked our way through various math classes throughout the years,
we often became confused or lost. Instead of deciding that it might
have something to do with all the sleeping and talking we did during class,
the teaching style, the pace of the class, or something like that,
we figured that it was probably because we were just
morons. So for those of you who are "morons like us," here's
a site that will try to help you understand math concepts better.
This site will hopefully clarify
some of those confusing math concepts. You know - the ones that have
been waking you up in the middle of the night for so long!
This is the largest portion of the site - where you will find tutorials, sample problems, and quizzes.
Here are a few important notes about this section: Most other sites
we've seen attempt to teach things "from the bottom up." This site
is designed under the assumption that you know some of the basic concepts
but need some reinforcement. Or perhaps you want to review things
you learned ages ago. Also, we have included a short quiz after each
tutorial so you can test yourself on what you've just learned or reviewed.
One other point of clarification: "Algebra" covers elementary algebra,
"Algebra II" covers intermediate algebra as well as basic trigonometry, and "Precalc" covers
Interaction is what makes the
Internet great, so we've provided a number of interactive resources to
help you with math.
We have often found that many
problems can be solved by simply asking someone else for some quick help,
so we've included a Message Board on the site where you can go communicate
And for all the students out
there who are suffering though Calculus, we've set up a separate Calculus
Message Board for Calc students only. Don't you feel special?
Have you ever needed to use a
formula or equation, but couldn't quite remember it? Now you can
use our Formula Database. Commonly used formulas have already been
added to the database. You can search the database as well as add
new equations to the collection. Take a look! And add your
favorite equation - we know you have one...
This page provides easy access
quiz but don't want to wade through the lessons, you don't have to.
There are a lot of great math
sites on the Internet. This page has links to some of our favorites.
Teachers and educators are welcome
to visit this section. Anyone else is forbidden! :-)
Do you feel an intense need to
send some feedback to the "morons" who created this site? Here's
If you really care, you can look
at all of our credits and acknowledgments.
Our web site. Mapped out.
It's that simple. Really.
May the math gods bless you!
(don't even ask...)