Unfortunately, one website cannot deliver ALL that you may need to know about Algebra. I wish that I could give you everything you need, but it's not possible.
I also know how much time you can spend searching for the exact information that you are looking for. So.... in the many hours that I've spent searching the net, I've made a list of the Algebra websites that I feel are valuable and can help you in your Algebra journey.
I will continue to add to this page as I find more valuable resources, so check back often.
Rentcalculators.org has a great FREE online graphing calculator. You can input up to four different equations or inequalities and it will produce the correct graph. This is a great way to check your homework if you don't have a graphing calculator.
Click on the link at the top that says "Click to open: Free online graphing calculator."
Math Open Reference also offers a free graphing calculator that allows you to graph functions. You can change the coefficients of the variables with a slider and view how the graph changes.
Wolfram Alpha is a website that will allow you to enter a question about anything. You can enter an equation to solve or any type of question and it will provide an answer. It's pretty cool and can help if you don't understand your homework.
Equation Buster - This interactive game allows you to practice solving equations. There are four levels which allows you to practice, one-step equations, two-step equations, and equations with variables on both sides. This is a great game if you are learning or reviewing how to solve equations.
Millionaire This is another solving equations game! It is set up like the Who Wants to Be a Millionaire game. For each equation that you solve correctly, you win more money! As you continue to win, the equations get harder. But... if you solve one incorrectly.... then sorry, you lose!
Math.com has a worksheet generator for solving equations that allows you to choose how many and what kinds of problems you want on your worksheet. This is great for a quick homework or review sheet. There's nothing fancy about the worksheets, but they do come with an answer key.
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