At our goal is to help you understand math. If you need help with your math homework or other math problem, just send us your question and we will answer it and explain it step by step. To send your problem just click on the ask a question button. You will see a form where you can type the directions to the problem. If there is an equation for the problem, use the buttons below the directions box to write the equation. Then give us your name and email address and post your question. When we receive it we will answer your problem step by step and then send you an email when it is finished. In the email you will find a link that will take you to to see the solution to your problem. On your solution page you will also see a link to similar questions that have been answered on also is a great source for Math Lessons. On the lessons page you can select lessons by grade level, difficulty, and subject. The lessons will help you learn more about each topic and give you sample questions. We will be adding new lessons frequently.

The Graphing Calculator is a great feature on There you can type in an equation, see the graph it makes, and find a table of the points on the graph. It's looks just like an actual graphing calculator, only it's on your computer. Multiplication is not implied so please put an * between terms that should be multiplied. For example if you want to graph y = 4x, you need to input y = 4 * x or you will receive and error. also has a Questions Answered page. Here you can pick a math subject from the drop down box and see a sample of questions that have already been answered for that subject.

The Formula Sheet on will give you a list of math formulas from all math subjects that you can use.

The Math Terms page on is a glossary of words you might find in your math homework. Look here if you are not sure what a certain math term means.

MathPlayer requires MathPlayer by to view the math equations on this site. If you are using Internet Explorer you can download the MathPlayer for free so that you can type in your equation on the Ask A Question page. You can also use Mozilla Firefox or most other browsers to correctly view without downloading the MathPlayer.