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______________________________________________________________________________ Q: WHERE CAN I GET HELP WITH A MATH QUESTION?
A: Have you heard about Ask Dr. Math, the Forum's question and answer service for math students and their teachers? We have a searchable archive of questions and answers, plus a form for submitting questions, at:
If you submit a question to the doctors, give as much information as possible about the trouble you're having: show the work you've already done, and ask specific questions about whatever it is you don't understand.
______________________________________________________________________________ Q: WHERE CAN I FIND A MATH FORMULA OR DEFINITION?
A: Try the Dr. Math FAQ for formulas:
... or Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics, formerly Eric's Treasure Trove of Mathematics:
______________________________________________________________________________ Q: WHERE CAN I GET ADVICE ON <math or math ed topic> ?
A: Have you heard about the Forum's Teacher2Teacher service? Our panel of teaching professionals is available to answer your questions about teaching mathematics or how your children are learning math:
To reach a broad audience, post a message to a relevant mailing list or newsgroup. Here's a list of discussions hosted and/or recommended by the Forum:
______________________________________________________________________________ Q: WHERE CAN I FIND WEB PAGES ON <math or math ed topic> ?
A: Visit the Internet Math Library, an annotated catalog of mathematics and mathematics education web sites. The Library features a description of each entry, hierarchical categories for browsing, a searcher on each browse page, and selected sites for each category's starting points:
Alternately, conducting a search remains a good way to find specific resources on the Internet. We encourage you to go to our main search engine and enter keywords pertaining to the topic you want to find:
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