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 K12 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 Doctor, 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: 
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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:
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Q:  Where can I find web pages on  math or math ed topic  ? 
A:  Visit the Internet
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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 the following Forum searcher and enter keywords pertaining to the topic you want to find:

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