When BJ was younger, WebMath was one of his favorite math homework sites. WebMath will help students solve math problems in General Math, K-8 Math, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus and more.
If you select the type of mathematical problem that you want to solve, and type in the numbers or equation that you are trying to solve, it will give you the answer immediately. For example, if you go to the K-8 Math section and choose “multiply”, and then type 12 X 36 in the boxes shown and then click “multiply them” it will instantly give you the answer. Now, of course you could do this on the calculator, and maybe you might even call it cheating, but the best part is that it will give you a step-by-step solution of the problem.
Webmath is useful in solving and explaining levels of math problems from elementary to high school levels, which makes it helpful not only for students, but for parents who haven’t solved polynomial equations or quadratic equations since the Stone Age.
WebMath is well designed and very easy to navigate and it won’t take you long to figure out how it works. It’s hard to go wrong with a site that is associated with Discovery Education.
Bruce Pinchbeck, Sr.