While some find themselves in the world of numbers, others are at a complete loss. Thankfully, there are online math solution sites that will help you. Before using these sites, you should know that some sites just give the answer to a problem. But that’s not going to really help you to understand math. You need explanations for that and luckily, there are sites where people will share their time and knowledge with you. Here are the top 8 sites for online math that you can find. Best thing, they’re also free of charge.
Webmath: The site generates answers to specific math problems entered by the user. You get your answer in real-time, plus it tells you, when possible, the steps for the solution. When asking, you will get a ‘fill-in-form’ to type in your specific math question.
The Math Doctors: This site was previously known as Ask Dr. Math which was set up in 1994. Ask Dr. Math is still up to see previous questions that were asked, but for new questions go to The Math Doctors for expert mathematicians to answer you. The Math Doctors will ask you to show the work you’ve done for the particular problem you’re asking about. They too will show you how a problem is solved.
Physics Forum-Math Category: The site is community-driven, meaning the members who answer questions are not necessarily experts. So that means you will get varied answers in terms of quality so it’s your responsibility to choose. You’ll also find a special section for homework questions.
My Math Forum: So far, so good with this site that has around 15,000 questions on it. It’s also a community and based on forums. You’ll find there math for high school, math for college, and general math forums.
AskMe Help Desk (math category): The site is loaded with math Q&As so you can browse through it. They have general pages, and pages dedicated to homework questions.
OpenStudy: This relatively new site is for middle school and high school, and it’s more student-to-student based. Ask your question and pretty soon, someone will give you an answer. And if you’re confident about answering a question, you could join their community and help other students. Answers appear in real-time with its chat-like interface. But this one is only free to look at. You have to pay to ask.
A+ Click: Designed for students in grades 1-12, there are 8,000 problems and solutions ranging from easy to extremely difficult. The site encourages you to depend on your own logical thinking to solve problems.
Expii Solve: This fun and creative site gives you real life problems based on interactive math problems and solutions. A problem will be written, and you have multiple choice answers. Choose the right answer or choose the wrong one and try again. There’s also a forum on it.
Math sites have sections on other forms of math, like algebra, geometry, calculus, finance and more. So, remember, for every problem there’s a solution! There’s always attention to detail and many sites guide you in a way that makes it easy for you to remember in the future. There are many different and innovative ways to solving math problems that aim to making math fun, so these kinds of sites are gems!