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Math Links and Resources appear below.  The links open new windows to the referenced Web sites.

The Khan Academy is an excellent resource that offers over 1,400 video tutorials for all levels of math.

WolframMathworld claims to be "the web's most extensive mathematics resource." Mercer University is a Mathematica campus; access math tools through the Mercer network from the home page of WolframResearch.

The Math Forum @ Drexel offers an index to many good math resources.  Ask Dr. Math maintains an extensive archive of commonly-asked questions and answers your individual questions as well.

Look up identities, formulas, proofs, etc. at Math2.org (formerly "Dave's Math Tables").  The site's Math Message Board is a Web-based newsgroup (discussion group) for math talk, questions, and answers. There are sections for algebra, trigonometry, geometry, calculus, elementary math, theoretical topics, and general discussions.

S.O.S. MATHematics is a free resource for math review material from algebra to differential equations.  The site offers more than 2,500 math pages filled with short and easy-to-understand explanations - from simplifying fractions to the cubic formula, from the quadratic equation to Fourier series, from the sine function to systems of differential equations - as well as a comprehensive list of Math Sites on the WWW.

Read the article Coping with Math Anxiety and you will find useful strategies for working math problems and taking exams.  The parent web site Platonic Realms presents mathematical content in an unusual and appealing format.

These sites are not part of the Academic Resource Center or the Mercer University Web server. Therefore, Mercer University is not responsible for their content. If you have any problems or questions, please email the Academic Resource Center at arc@mercer.edu.