# Homework Help

**A+
Math
**Students will find colorful graphics that lead
them to math games based on bingo and hidden
pictures, and a variety of flash cards. They will
also find a homework checker that will inform them
of right or wrong answers.

**http://www.aplusmath.com**

**Algebra
Help**

A section of this site is devoted to a collection
of on-site calculators that help solve quadratic
functions, simplify expressions, combine like
terms, factor numbers and convert hours and
minutes into other mathematical expressions of
time. Worksheets for practice include the solving
basic equations to calculating exponents of
polynomials and many other topics.

http://www.algebrahelp.com

**Algebra
Online**

This site has a large message board that students
and teachers can use to ask questions and discuss
curriculum. Free e-mail help is available,
provided visitors send in specific questions and
have already checked for answers to their
questions on the message boards.

http://www.algebra-online.com

**Atlapedia
Online
**Searches of Atlapedia will pull up ample
information on the country of choice, included
information includes local currency through modern
history. The World Maps section yields physical
and political maps.

**http://www.atlapedia.com**

**Ask
Dr. Math
**Dr. Math's site has an archive that is
searchable by grade level , elementary through
college level. If you need special help e-mail Dr.
Math. His responses are easy to understand.

**http://forum.swarthmore.edu/dr.math**

**? ****B.
J. Pinchbeck's Homework Helper for Kids
**http://tristate.pgh.net/~pinch13

**Dave's
Math Tables
**Ten sections at this site include general
math, linear algebra, calculus, define terms,
formulas and graphs/drawings where appropriate.
There is also a message board, suggested books and
software, and links.

**http://www.sisweb.com/math/tables.htm**

**EMR:
Exercises in Math Readiness**

This no-frills site gets points for content, if
not design. It offers helpful lessons and
exercises for introductory, moderate and advanced
students of arithmetic, algebra, geometry,
trigonometry and set theory. Explanations are
accompanied by links to pictorial examples or
extra help, if a question is confusing. Note: Mac
users may have trouble with the applets
(mini-applications) here.

http://math.usask.ca/readin/menu.html

**Internet
Public Library
**http://www.ipl.org

**Math
Homework Help**

At this site you will find a mathematics
dictionary, practice algebra problems and lists of
geometry and trigonometry formulas. The Chronology
of Mathematicians provides math history. Also
included is a set of practice problems that can be
used as a guide for homework. Students can send
their questions by e-mail. The cost is a $1 per
question and promises an answer overnight.

http://users.erols.com/bram

**Powerschool
**Powerschool is an interactive school
management system. Click on the Students link and
bring up a chalkboard of subjects. There is an Ask
Jeeves for Students search engine, a reference
area, a game section and college prep information.
There is also an information section for Parents
and teachers

**http://www.powerschool.com**

**? ****Math
Homework Help
**http://www.erols.com/bram

**? ****New
York Public Library On-Line
**http://teenlink.nypl.org/HomeworkHelp.cfm

**Social
Studies School Service
**Primary audience is teachers, however, the
site can be useful to students. Here is how it
works; use the Features menu to select a topic,
Early America, Shakespeare or World Religions. The
site brings will offer up suggested essay
questions, books and videos to use in class, and
Internet links.

http://www.socialstudies.com

**Schoolwork.Ugh
**Consider this a homework link library for
students in grades seven and up. Core subjects
plus law, philosophy, statistics and mythology are
represented

**http://www.schoolwork.org**

**The
Human Language Page
**There are more than 1,900 prescreened links to
language lessons, translating dictionaries,
literature and other linguistic resources for more
than 100 languages. You can use the language bar
at the top of the homepage to translate the entire
site into any of five languages.

**http://www.june29.com/HLP**

**The
Internet Public Library
**Lots of information and the exhibit hall has
some interesting material on jazz, photography and
history. Look at the A+ Research and Writing
Guide, found under the Teen menu.

**http://www.ipl.org**

**Virtual
Reference Desk
**http://www.refdesk.com

**Webmath**

Lessons on everything from fractions to calculus
to personal finances can be found here. Calculus
has step-by-step solutions and clear explanations;
Everyday Math calculates tips, sale prices and
wind chill temperatures; and Data Analysis helps
to organize and define numerical data. Look for
the problem-solver for complex equations. Be
advised that you not only get the correct answer;
it explains how the answer is derived. Note:
Teachers may create free online quizzes.

http://www.webmath.com

? **Current
Events Sites****
**(frequent updating)

**CNN
News
**http://www.cnn.com

**? ****ABC
News
**http://www.abcnews.com

**? ****USA
Today
**http://www.usatoday.com