Wyzant Math Lessons & Help
Welcome to the Wyzant Math Help Sections! We have loaded this section full of informative descriptions, interactive math lessons, and sample problems in some of the most challenging math topics. Ready to start honing your skills? Check out one of the sections below and let your favorite math tutor know if you have any questions.
This is where it all starts. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division–you know the drill, right? Explore this section for explanations on telling time, counting money, and converting units of measurement. If you need help finding the greatest common factor (GCF) or the least common multiple (LCM), we’ve got you covered there, too!
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Get ready for algebra with our prealgebra section. Not sure what an integer is? Need help working with exponents? You can also develop your math skills with our lessons on estimation and simple probability.
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Ready to move on to algebra? This section covers basic equations, the order of operations, factoring, and the quadratic formula, among others. For more advanced learners, be sure to check out rational expressions and other more difficult topics that will segue into your study of precalculus.
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Trigonometry is all about triangles. This branch of math will teach you the properties of triangles, like acute and right triangles, as well as related concepts like complex numbers. Once you’ve got the basics down, you can move onto the Pythagorean identity, reciprocal identities, and more.
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Once you’re comfortable through precalculus, be sure to try your hand at calculus. Thorough discussions of limits, derivatives, and integrals help you better understand the math of change and how it relates to the world around us.
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