MathTV.com

By Murray Bourne, 05 Jul 2008

Check out mathtv.com.

MathTV has lots of short videos covering a large range of math topics from numbers through to simple calculus.

Unfortunately, there is no real-world context given for any of the problems (they are algebra-based explanations only), except for some of the application examples (which are not real-life applications for the most part).

There is limited reflect time given - there were many times where the explanation rushed on before most students would have absorbed the current step.

But hey, it's free.

See the 2 Comments below.

2 Comments on “MathTV.com”

  1. HABTAMU says:

    I LIKE THIS SITE VERY MUCH, BECAUSE IT HELPS ME TO IMPROVE THE KNOWLEDGE OF MATH.

    THANK YOU V.MUCH

  2. Murray says:

    Glad you find it useful, Habtamu.

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