I don't have any direct experience of these so I've had a look at each. Study Pug has some free lessons so you could trial it yourself.

How did you arrive at this forum? Maybe you bypassed our very own teaching pages. The owner of the site, MathsIsFun, himself, has written a large number of maths help pages. They cover most topics up to calculus and each page is cross linked to related pages. There are many interactive lessons and all are written in an easy to follow style with clear diagrams and explanations. At the bottom of each page you will find a set of multi-choice questions to test your understanding. As an retired teacher I think these pages are excellent! And they're completely FREE. So before you commit money to any on-line course, why not try out MIF's own material.

Start here: http://www.mathsisfun.com/

And you can also ask for help from members of the forum.

Bob

]]>iamaditya, it has been four and a half months since your last reply to bobbym, who has since died.

The answer to # 15 is log(12).

That is news to me. I didn't know bobbym, but he helpfully replied to some of my posts here. RIP.

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]]>- It gets right to the point of concepts without burrying the reader in a bunch of fluff or too much detail from the getgo.

- It doesn't focus on procedures over concepts.

The weakness of many math books (including the ones I wrote).

]]>simeonabiola wrote:Hi, for those students who find mathematics as a difficult course in high schools,

I decided to develop a site http://www.mathsng.com/, an online question-solution to mathematics for

students in high schools.Is the above mentioned website only suited/structured for West African students? Because I saw Jamb and waec over there?

Nope, we are more interested in understanding the concepts and application when it comes to mathematics.

]]>Monox D. I-Fl wrote:Hey! I am a member there even long before I joined this site! big_smile

Didn't expect that MIF was actually older than MMF, though.I'm confused. Are you saying or not that MIF is older? Welll, I know MIF to be over ten years old.

Not, I was just saying that I have joined MMF long before I joined MIF, that's why I thought that MMF was older than MIF. Turned out that I was wrong.

]]>I'm a UK teacher (retired).

Dear Bob, if you do not mind my asking, why did you retire from teaching?

]]>They are believed to be a good resource, but I have not verified that personally.

]]>Neither did I. That is one book I do not have in my library.

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