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I'm a BS Math student and, I believe that learning should not be confined to the classroom. With the internet, the world is literally our playground. So, here are 5 sites that help me traverse the complicated world of mathematics.
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Aside from math concepts explained in the best way possible, this is one of the few sites that have a minimalistic design. Plus, no ads. I mean, math really becomes even more complicated when you are surrounded by distractions.
This site offers a glimpse into the life of mathematicians and scientists. What's even terrific is the way they explain big concepts unpretentiously. The site tackles anything from calculus, quantum mechanics, real-world math examples, etc.
Another site for all the creative math people out there. I personally haven't tried this site. But I did check it out nevertheless. Aside from math problems, it also contains books, curriculums, etc.
If long math stuff and jargon had been boring you, definitely check this site. This site explains math in the easiest way possible, like your a five-year-old.
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