This site contains a collection of mathematics problems from algebra through calculus, linear algebra and differential equations.
Type of Material:
This site can be used by students who want to learn certain types of math problems or by instructors who need a source of examples or problems to be done in class.
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Identify Major Learning Goals:
Students can learn the step-by-step process of solving different kind of mathematical problems.
Target Student Population:
Students in different levels and mathematical subjects.
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
Depends on a topic chosen.
This site is originally designed to help in preparation to CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) in India. The solution to each problem presented is broken into small steps which makes it easy to follow and understand. The number of topics covered is quite extensive.
The site is organized according to classes and type of questions required on certain certification exams. As a result, topics are not broken by subject, which makes it more difficult to find a particular group of problems that would fit a subject. There are also many grammar and spelling errors on this site.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
This site is an excellent aid to a student who wants to learn certain types of math problems. It can be used as a part of self-guided activity. An instructor can use this site as a source for examples to work in class or assigned (after modifications) as a part of homework. There is also a place on the bottom where the students can post questions and the author answers them.
Because of the vague organization, it will take the instructor a lot of work to initially set up a guide to students on how find examples that they are looking for.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
The site is essentially a hyperlinked text with embedded pictures. An average user can start using it right away.
The site is organized very poorly. The titles of the topics could be written in better detail so that the user will know which example to click on. The presence of a large number of ads is annoying and distractive for anybody who is trying to use the site.
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