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- Khan AcademyKhan Academy has free web tutorials, videos, and quizzes on Math subjects from Basic Counting all the way to Calculus, Differential Equations, and Linear Algebra.

Need some help with typing up a Math assignment, using LaTex, or inserting your Math into other types of documents? Check these free online tools out...

- CodeCogs Latex EditorUse either LaTex or their graphical interface to output to a GIF, HTML code, URL, etc.
- MathQuillType in plain language and output the LaTex.

Chances are your question has been asked before! Check these sites out to see a variety of proofs of various problems in various methods, and see how they've been voted up and down by the Mathematics community.

- Math Stack ExchangeMathematics Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for people studying math at any level and professionals in related fields. Join them; it only takes a minute:
- MathOverflowResearch-level Mathematics questions and answers. Answerers are given reputation scores by the cumulative voting-up-and-down of their answers over time so that you can judge which answers are the best. Many of the top mathematicians in the world use MathOverflow. Click on Users to see!

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