Mar 23, 2020
Keeping up with your math studies while studying from home can be challenging! We have put together a list of our favourite online resources to help.
Check them out:
- The Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing CEMC at the University of Waterloo offers online lessons, interactive activities, enrichment challenges, and unlimited opportunity for practice with feedback. All CEMC courseware is tied to the Ontario curriculum by grade level. These online resources are free and do not require registration.
- Mathify provides Ontario students in grades 6-10 with free, interactive online math tutoring by Ontario certified teachers. It combines an interactive shared whiteboard and drawing tools, math experts, and a safe space to ask questions – over voice and chat, M-F 9am to 9pm and Sunday 3:30pm to 9pm.
- Symbolab is an advanced math tool suited for grade 12 to university students. It allows users to learn, practice and discover math topics using mathematical symbols and scientific notations as well as text. Symbolab provides step-by-step solutions to algebraic, trigonometric and calculus questions. Symbolab has many online calculators including: equations, simultaneous equations, inequalities, integrals, derivatives, limits , tangent line, trigonometric equations, functions and more. The website is available in English, Spanish, Portugese, Arabic, Hebrew, and Chinese.
- Wolfram|Alpha is an advanced online resource that is great for checking computations. Get step-by-step solutions for basic to university level math problems. It has one of the most popular graphing calculators on the internet.
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