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Topic: New free math website check it out
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New free math website check it out
Posted: Jun 22, 2002 8:49 AM
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Math students, parents and teachers: it's happened, the hottest new
math site on the web, is now free 24/7 to all users.
Well, it will be in the Fall. is changing to
and at that time it will be FREE to all users. It is free to
schools/teachers right now.

Hotmath has tutorial solutions for the actual homework problems in
most of the popular math textbooks from algebra through calculus.
Students can go to the site and get an explanation, an interactive
solution to any problem they are stuck on.

So take a look now, you can visit the site for free as guest right
now. Students, see how it can save you hours of homework time and help
you really understand how to do all the problems in YOUR textbook.
Parents, you can now really help your children do their math homework.
Teachers can use it to demonstrate problem solutions in class or as a
personal tutor for students who need a little extra attention. is a unique math tutorial site. It actually has the
problems from textbooks worked out. Not just the answer but a complete
step by step solutions. To use the site all one has to is click on
the subject, then on the book you are using, then the page number and
then the problem number and the first step of the problem appears.
Really, that's all there is to it.

No more getting stuck doing homework for students, no more problems
that a parent can't help work out, no more students who need
individual help but can't get it in the classroom. School districts
and libraries, add it to your webpage links.

Check out the site, ,you won't be disappointed and
remember it will be completely FREE this Fall, as

Roger Gerson Ed. D.
Executive Director

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