Do you have a math question?

Recently I was checking the links & adding some new ones on my page about math help and tutoring.

Here are some that are the "cream of the crop" when it comes to math help message boards. Typically, they require a student to show some work before someone helps -- or the helpers will only point out how to get started. You could definitely use these message boards as a parent if you can't figure out a problem in your child's math book, or if you have generic math or math education questions.

Message boards/forums

Ask Dr. Math
Browse old math questions or ask your own. Expert answers. The archives have thousands of answered questions covering all math topics from elementary to college level.
mathforum.org/dr.math

S.O.S. Mathematics CyberBoard
Active discussion board where you can ask math questions about algebra, calculus, geometry, trigonometry, probability, college math, computer science, physics, and more.
www.sosmath.com/CBB

Mrs. Glosser's Math Goodies Forums
For students, teachers & parents. Homework help, Teacher Talk, Parents place.
www.mathgoodies.com/forums

Math Help Boards
From pre-algebra on through university-level math. It has experienced staff, is completely free, and as a policy does not give answers away without the asker showing some effort.
www.mathhelpboards.com

FreeMathHelp.com
A math homework help forum.
www.freemathhelp.com/forum

Comments

David_B said…
There are several other math help forums I can recommend, for example,

Math is Fun Forums
http://www.mathsisfun.com/forum/index.php

Math Help Forum
http://mathhelpforum.com/math-help-forum.php

and

Purplemath
http://www.purplemath.com/learning/index.php


And there are many more, for advanced levels (but I don't think that is your target audience).
mike said…
here is an awesome blog on mathematics that i came across a couple a days back.
http://www.science-and-mathematics.blogspot.com

if you can visit this blog, i am sure you will include it in your blog archive.
Anonymous said…
Another math blog, but I won't say it's awesome. Judge for yourself.

http://fivetriangles.blogspot.com

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