Best Free Math Courses

Find the best online Free Math Courses for you. The courses are sorted based on popularity and user ratings. We do not allow paid placements in any of our rankings.

Math is Everywhere: Applications of Finite Math

Computer fonts, Angry Birds, March Madness, and Google - sound like fun? Indeed, math influences the world around us.

Created by Tim Chartier - Associate Professor of Mathematics - Davidson College

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Students: 56742, Price: Free

A Faculty Project Course - Best Professors Teaching the World

Computer fonts, Angry Birds, March Madness, and Google — sound like fun?  Indeed, finite math is engaging and influences the world around us.  

Equations of lines can allow computers to create fonts, store them quite compactly, and render them at essentially any desired resolution.  Plotting the graph of a polynomial can affect how you play Angry Birds as you strive to dislodge the pesky pigs.  Linear systems model the performance of sports teams and influence which college football teams play in the new year bowl games.  You can create your own linear equations to help you create a bracket for March Madness.  Finally, probability and simulation lies at the core of the mathematical algorithm that catapulted Google as a leader in search engines.  

You benefit from applications of finite math every day.  Through this course, you can better understand how you benefit from applications of finite math in your every day life.  Along the way, you will likely learn new mathematical ideas, too.

A mathematical way to think about biology

Why "is" biology log-normal? Why do some circuits oscillate? See biology from a physical sciences perspective.

Created by David Liao - Physicist (PhD, Princeton 2010)

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Students: 25799, Price: Free

A mathematical way to think about biology comes to life in this lavishly illustrated video book. After completing these videos, students will be better prepared to collaborate in physical sciences-biology research. These lessons demonstrate a physical sciences perspective: training intuition by deriving equations from graphical illustrations.

"Excellent site for both basic and advanced lessons on applying mathematics to biology."
-Tweeted by the U.S. National Cancer Institute's Office of Physical Sciences Oncology

Algebra Boot Camp – Master The Fundamentals of Algebra!

If you hate Math, or think you can't do it, take this course!

Created by John Swokowski - High School Math Teacher

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Students: 20618, Price: Free

If you feel that you do not like Algebra and think that you are not very good at it, then this course is for you! There are many reasons why you feel this way, but I can assure you that it has nothing to do with your intelligence.

Learn to speak the language

You see, languages are hard to learn, and Algebra is a language. It is a symbolic language! It uses symbols that stand for things, and if you do not understand what the symbols mean, then you cannot speak or understand the language.

When you complete my course, you will have an understanding of all of the most widely used symbols that you will encounter in any Algebra course. Being able to speak the symbolic language of Algebra will give you the confidence and the ability to learn.

Get involved in your learning

I will walk you through each topic carefully and will give you the opportunity to practice each of the tasks with downloadable worksheets designed to focus only on the idea that is being discussed. You cannot learn by watching something, or just listening to a lecture. I watch a lot of basketball on TV, but that doesn’t make me a better basketball player!

All you need is desire

I’ve been a Algebra Teacher in the city of Milwaukee for over 35 years. I’ve never come across a student that couldn’t learn if they wanted to learn. That is all you really need! I hope to see you in my class soon! 

Mathematics for Engineering

Applied Mathematics for Beginners

Created by Jung-Chang Liou - Design Engineer

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Students: 20425, Price: Free

Mathematics for Engineering is designed for students with little math backgrounds to learn Applied Mathematics in the most simple and effective way. The aim of this course is to provide students with the knowledge of not only mathematical theories but also their real world applications so students understand how and when to use them.

This course is divided into 3 sections. Section 1 (the first 4 lectures) covers the most fundamental math that anyone should learn. Here you will learn about different number types, power, square root, logarithm, sine and cosine functions as well as solving different types of equations. At the end of section 1 you should have a better understanding of functions and equations. Section 2 (Lecture 5 to Lecture 9) introduces you to the world of calculus. Here you will learn the fundamental definition of integration and differentiation. You will also learn the most commonly-used rules and properties through simple examples. Section 3 (Lecture 10 & 11) covers complex number and sequence & series. In these two lectures you will learn their practical use, complex number arithmetic, graphical representations and how to evaluate a series.

At the end of this course, you should have a good understanding of all the topics covered in this course and be able to use them in the real world application. 

Algebra for A-Level Maths

Supporting A-Level and GCSE students

Created by Adam Goodridge - Mathematics SLE

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Students: 20104, Price: Free

Welcome to Algebra for A-Level Maths. This course is designed to support students who are taking A-Level Mathematics with the algebraic skills required to study Mathematics at a higher level.

As an 11-19 Mathematics teacher I am regularly faced with having to go over algebra studied at GCSE level before moving onto the new, more difficult Mathematics. The idea of this course is for students to independently review previously taught algebra enabling more time in lessons to be spent on grasping new topics. This course is also suitable for students looking at the higher grades at GCSE level too.

I have selected some of the GCSE topics that regularly appear at A- Level and produced a video showing examples followed by questions and answers. There is also a mini test at the end of each section.

You will learn how to

  • Solve equations with the unknown on both sides
  • Solve equations with fractions
  • Solve a quadratic equation
  • Sketch a quadratic
  • Use The Formula to solve a quadratic
  • Complete the square
  • Solve simultaneous equations (both linear)
  • Solve simultaneous equations (one linear and one quadratic)
  • Rearrange equations

Learning Mathematics can not be achieved by passively reading. You need to actively learn Mathematics so make sure you have a pen and some paper at hand! I hope you enjoy the course and find it useful in your mathematical studies. Good luck!

quantitative aptitude

math on puzzles

Created by Sharath kumar - mechanical engineer

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Students: 15622, Price: Free

Description :- a simple graphic based tutorial(series) for understanding and solving "quantitative aptitude"(numerical ability questions) which you can use for various tests(sat, gre, gmat, cat, gate ...etc) or for general understanding.

and "quantitative aptitude by r.s. aggarwal" was the book that's used while making this series. and i highly recommend every one to go through it once, it has got a huge collection of problems with solutions.

and please go through the additional resources that i have includes in the lecture videos, it contains few images which ease out the process of understanding this videos.

Master Math Fundamentals

Conquer your fear of Math

Created by Sohael Babwani - A Math teacher who knows the need of the students

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Students: 14955, Price: Free

Understand and strengthen your Math Fundamentals so that you are better equipped to learn higher math. 

  • It is observed that most students who cannot cope up with high school math and hence dislike it is because that do not have a sound understanding of the math fundamentals. 
  • The students also have questions as to where are we going to use this? Why are we learning this? So in this course we are also going to find the answers to the above questions. It would be like re-discovering math. 
  • This course will help you understand Algebra and Higher order math in a better way.
  • This course explains fractions and decimal fractions and the underlying principle that dictates the different rules and the hows and the whys of the rules.
  • Commercial math has also been given special preference as they are the everyday math we use and also at the same time lays the foundation of Algebra through the use of symbols, letters, variables and its substitution. These topics include Profit and Loss, Commission, Simple Interest and Discount.

So see you in the course.

Ultimate guide to math word problems Intermediate Part One

Learn to tackle word problems in the easiest way possible!

Created by Chanda Academy - Education provider

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Students: 12239, Price: Free

**May 2016 update: Course completely redesigned with a lot of new questions to further improve your learning**

Welcome to Ultimate guide to maths word problems - Intermediate Part One. This course is tailored towards Grade 9 students who're looking to get a leg up on their ability to tackle the dreaded word problems. If you have significant trouble with problem solving questions, then I suggest you enrol in Ultimate guide to maths word problems - Beginners Part One and Part Two before attempting this course as we'll be building on a lot of the things covered in those two.

This will always be a FREE course. Once you've completed it and would like to test your skills further, then have a go at the Ultimate guide to maths word problems - Intermediate Part Two course.

What are word problems?

We all learn basic concepts like fractions, decimals, algebra etc. at school. We know how to add fractions or simplify algebraic expressions, but what stumps us is having to apply our knowledge to "real life scenarios". These are word problems. I'm sure you've come across these during your schooling. For example, The authors of a book are going to share the royalties in proportion to the number of chapters they have each written. Charlie wrote 4 chapters, Brad wrote 3 and Nigel wrote 5. If they need to share $24,000, how much will they each get? Show full working.

This is a typical ratio-based word problem. Not sure how to do these? Then let me help :)

A lot of students find these types of practical questions quite challenging to answer as they have trouble linking their basic knowledge of ratios in this case to the real life scenario at hand.

How will this course help you?

Every topic that I cover in this course will come up in some form in years to come. I go through every single topic in a step by step form so it's really easy for you to follow along. Not convinced? Then I suggest you check out the previews before you decide to enroll, to make sure my teaching style is easy to follow, I am very confident that it is. To go a step further, Udemy's 30-day money back guarantee should also make you feel at ease.

What will this course have?

As I mentioned, this particular course is geared towards students in Grade 9. I will go through a number of problem solving / word problem questions, split into the different topics listed below. I go through each question in a systematical step by step manner making it super easy to follow along and adopt in your own workings.

What topics will the course cover?

The course will cover most topics that come up in these grades and are prone to have a lot of worded problems attached to them.

Indices, algebra, linear equations, geometry, trigonometry, ratios, finance, measurement, probability and quadratic algebra.

**BONUS** I've also added worksheets (with answers) for each topic to help you further test and implement your learning from the lectures.

**WARNING** I'm going to assume knowledge of how to perform the actual operations involved with these word problems. This course is only to show how to approach the word problems, NOT the operations behind them.

My next course will be Ultimate guide to maths word problems - Intermediate Part Two, where I will work through topics and questions, typically covered at the Grade 10 level i.e. one level harder than this course.

Why did I decide to create two intermediate courses?

If you're wondering this then that was because I saw that the level of difficulty jumps up heaps from Grade 9 to Grade 10 and some new concepts are introduced as well. So instead of piling everything into one course and confuse you, I decided to create two different ones so you could gradually go up in levels :).

Something missing in the course?

If you find I haven't covered a topic that you need at this level, let me know on the discussion board and I'll be happy to add it in :)

I can guarantee that you'll be miles ahead of the competition if you take this course seriously and best part about being able to do it all is that you can teach others as well. When you're willing to spend upwards of $50 an hour for a private tutor, it seems like a no brainer to at least give this a go, so that you have access to your very own private tutor any time you wish.

I'm good with messages and emails so if you have questions, make sure to get in touch with me. And furthermore, I want you guys to make full use of the discussion board because one of the best ways to learn is by sharing your knowledge with others. Thanks guys, really hope you enjoy.

Algebra Trigonometry – Polynomial and Rational Functions

Learn Polynomial and Rational Function and How to Work with Them

Created by Great IT Courses - Mathematics

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Students: 10552, Price: Free

This course teaches you all the important underlying concepts in Polynomial and Rational functions in mathematics. The knowledge that you gain here can be further completed in our next courses towards a complete mastery of calculus.

This course covers the following topics: 

  • Quadratic Functions
  • Power Functions and Polynomial Functions
  • Graphs of Polynomial Functions
  • Dividing Polynomials
  • Zeros of Polynomial Functions
  • Rational Functions
  • Inverse and Radical Functions
  • Modeling Using Variation

This course has been taken from chapter 5 of the book, "Algebra Trigonometry" from openstax, ISBN-10: 1-947172-10-7. The book can be downloaded free of cost from their website. All chapters of the book have been planned to be produced as a video course by us. This course contains around 175 videos each averaging 15 minutes. Using this course, you'll learn polynomial and rational functions from scratch really well. 

Also, this course can be taken as part of a series that will take you all the way up to mastering calculus. All the courses in the series will be taken from the same book described above and other calculus books from openstax. You can read our "Mathematics" page on "GreatITCourses" website to make yourself more familiar with our road map. A Google search will take you to our website.  

March MATHness

Learn 3 popular sport ranking methods and how to create March Madness brackets with them. Let math make the picks!

Created by Tim Chartier - Associate Professor of Mathematics - Davidson College

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Students: 9744, Price: Free

A Faculty Project Course - Best Professors Teaching the World

Every year, people across the United States predict how the field of 65 teams will play in the Division I NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament by filling out a tournament bracket for the postseason play. Not sure who to pick? Let math help you out!


In this course, you will learn three popular rating methods two of which are also used by the Bowl Championship Series, the organization that determines which college football teams are invited to which bowl games. The first method is simple winning percentage.  The other two methods are the Colley Method and the Massey Method, each of which computes a ranking by solving a system of linear equations. We also learn how to adapt the methods to take late season momentum into account. This allows you to create your very own mathematically-produced brackets for March Madness by writing your own code or using the software provided with this course. 


From this course, you will learn math driven methods that have led Dr. Chartier and his students to place in the top 97% of 4.6 million brackets submitted to ESPN!  See more:

Math Improves March Madness Predictions 

Bracketology 101 


Ultimate guide to math word problems – Beginners Part One

Learn to tackle word problems in the easiest way possible!

Created by Chanda Academy - Education provider

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Students: 8809, Price: Free

**April 2016 update** The course has been redesigned from scratch. Hope you guys enjoy!

Welcome to Ultimate guide to maths word problems - Beginners Part One. This course is tailored towards Grade 6 and 7 students who're looking to get a leg up on their ability to tackle the dreaded word problems. This will always be a FREE course. Once you've completed it and would like to test your skills further, then have a go at the Ultimate guide to maths word problems - Beginners Part Two course.

What are word problems?

We all learn basic concepts like fractions, decimals, algebra etc. at school. We know how to add fractions or simplify algebraic expressions, but what stumps us is having to apply our knowledge to "real life scenarios". These are word problems. I'm sure you've come across these during your schooling. For example, if Lisa gets paid $17 an hour on the weekends and $13.50 per hour on weekdays, how much does she earn if she works for 5 hours during the week and 12 hours on Sunday? Show full working.

This is a typical algebra-style word problem. No idea how to do this? Then let me help :)

A lot of students find these types of practical questions quite challenging to answer as they have trouble linking their basic knowledge of algebra and numbers in this case to the word problems.

How will this course help you?

Every topic that I cover in this course will come up in some form in years to come. I go through every single topic in a step by step form so it's really easy for you to follow along. Not convinced? Then I suggest you check out the previews before you decide to enroll, to make sure my teaching style is easy to follow, I am very confident that it is. To go a step further, Udemy's 30-day money back guarantee should also make you feel at ease.

What will the course have?

This particular course is geared towards students in Grade 6 and 7. I will go through a number of problem solving / word problem questions, split into the different topics listed below. I go through each question in a systematical step by step manner making it super easy to follow along and adopt in your own workings.

What topics will the course cover?

The course will cover most topics that come up in these grades and are prone to have a lot of worded problems attached to them.

General numbers, fractions, geometry, decimals, percentages, algebra, measurement and probability.

**BONUS** I've also added worksheets (with answers) for each chapter to help you further test and implement your learning from the lectures.

**WARNING** I'm going to assume knowledge of how to perform the actual operations involved with these word problems. This course is only to show how to approach the word problems, NOT the operations behind them.

My next course is Ultimate guide to Maths Word Problems - Beginners Part Two, where I will work through topics and questions, typically covered at the Grade 8 level i.e. one level harder than this course.

Why did I decide to create two beginner courses?

If you're wondering this then that was because I saw that the level of difficulty increases considerably from Grade 7 to Grade 8 so instead of piling everything into one course and confuse you, I decided to create two different ones so you could gradually go up in levels :)

Something missing in the course?

If you find I haven't covered a topic that you need at this level, let me know on the discussion board and I'll be happy to add it in :)

I can guarantee that you'll be miles ahead of the competition if you take this course seriously and best part about being able to do it all is that you can teach others as well. When you're willing to spend upwards of $50 an hour for a private tutor, it seems like a no brainer to at least give this a go, so that you have access to your very own private tutor any time you wish.

I'm good with messages and emails so if you have questions, make sure to get in touch with me. And furthermore, I want you guys to make full use of the discussion board because one of the best ways to learn is by sharing your knowledge with others. Thanks guys, really hope you enjoy.

Math – How to Factor

Learn how to factor algebraic expressions, including the infamous and dreaded quadratic expressions!

Created by Chris Wingard - Math & Comp Sci Guy

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Students: 8731, Price: Free

Taught by a former college math instructor with over 8 years of experience teaching and over 14 years of experience tutoring.

This course will teach you how to factor with the GCF (greatest common factor), how to factor by grouping, how to factor special types of expressions, and most importantly, how to factor the well-known-but-not-so-well-liked quadratic expression.

We begin with an outline of the topics to be discussed, then we jump right in with explanations and examples. Each section has explanations, examples, and review worksheets with full solutions. The solutions are provided in separate documents so you can do the worksheets without having the answers in front of you. Sort of like a mini self-quiz.

Why take this course? It will make your life significantly easier in your math classes, leading to an easier life in general. Factoring is one of the most important concepts taught in math at this level. It is widely used in more advanced math classes for things like solving equations and performing other, more advanced operations. Please trust me when I say that your future math courses - and even your current course later on - will be very difficult if you do not have adequate factoring skills. I have seen it myself too many times. Students in more advanced courses like precalculus and calculus (and beyond) struggle with the concepts early on in those courses because they don't have a solid background in the basics, including and especially factoring. I can't count how often I've seen this, and I'm usually pretty good at counting stuff.

But really, it's an important skill to have, and an absolutely indispensable one if you are planning to continue taking courses in math.

Algebra

Algebraic Expressions and Real Numbers

Created by Boubacar Siddy Diallo - Mathematics Tutor

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Students: 8649, Price: Free

This course is an introduction to the fundamental concepts of algebra. This course is designed for anyone with little to no previous algebra experience. The course contains videos with detailed explanations to the following topics:

Real Numbers and Algebraic Expressions

  • Learn the sign of numbers.
  • Addition and subtraction of real numbers.
  • Opposite of a number.
  • Multiplication of real numbers - the meaning of parentheses.
  • Reciprocal.
  • Least Common Multiples.
  • Fractions.
  • Division of real numbers.
  • Introducing variables - Evaluating algebraic expressions.
  • Exponents - The greatest common factor.
  • Properties of real numbers.

Differentiation Made Easy: Learn to differentiate – Calculus

​Learn to take derivative of functions (trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic & ...) ,Test your knowledge on Quizzes

Created by Alireza Eshghi - Math Instructor

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Students: 8405, Price: Free

Videos: Every video covers a topic of differentiation. For every topic I solve some examples from simple to hard. I believe that we learn better with more exercises.  

Quizzes: You can test your understanding and knowledge about a topic by taking a quiz ( All of them have complete solutions) . If you pass, congratulation. If not, you can review the videos again or look at the solutions of questions or ask me for help in the Q&A section.

Introduction to Logic (Geometry Unit 2)

the first unit for High School Geometry (for students)

Created by Matthew Gromlich - Math Teacher

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Students: 8296, Price: Free

This unit is the first in a High School Geometry curriculum. It teaches basic logical concepts so that they can be applied to geometric concepts later on. It can be taken by traditional high school students as well as High School Equivalency (HSE) students who are learning about geometric topics for their equivalency exams (GED, TASC, and/or HiSET).Topics include:

(1) Conjectures and Counterexamples

(2) Symbolic Logic

(3) Truth Tables

(4) Conditional Statements

(5) Related Conditional Statements

(6) Deductive Reasoning

Each section has at least one related video, a video quiz, and a section quiz. The video quiz is to be taken along with or shortly after watching the video. The section quiz is to be taken after. To supplement the course, you can use any textbook.

This course should take approximately five to ten hours to complete.

Learn to Calculate faster than a Calculator

With no pre-existing knowledge, go to calculating complex squares and percentages in your head in under 4 seconds.

Created by Nishit Kumar - Blogger | Mathematician | Speaker | Political Analyst

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Students: 7779, Price: Free

How much time and money do you spend every single day on Instagram, Netflix, or Hotstar?

Strike that, how many years did you spend studying physics, chemistry, or history in school? How often do you use that language in your day-to-day life?

What if I said that a mere 2-hour course could teach you to calculate faster than a calculator itself? Yes, I’m not kidding. 2 hours of theory and just 30 minutes of practice every day, and within a month you will take less time to calculate answers than it would take someone to enter those digits on a calculator.

So, what’s the catch? There isn’t one. This free course is designed to help people from all walks of life. If you’re a student who is unable to complete math exams because the calculations are too lengthy, this is for you. If you are an adult who needs to whip out his calculator for every little calculation when they go shopping, this course is for you.

Complete with instruction videos, assignments, and quizzes, this course is designed to take you from novice to expert in a matter of a few weeks. So, what are you waiting for? Jump in and let’s get started.

The course covers a variety of topics such as:

1. Addition of Numbers

2. Subtraction of Numbers

3. Multiplication of Numbers

4. Long Division

5. Calculating Percentages

6. Squaring of Numbers

7. Cubing of Numbers

8. Square Roots and Cube Roots

And all of this is do-able in under 4 seconds. If I can do it, and several hundreds of others can, then so can you.

HSE/GED/TASC/HiSET Prep: Math (Unit 1 – Arithmetic)

The first unit to help you pass your Math High School Equivalency test (GED, TASC, HiSET)

Created by Matthew Gromlich - Math Teacher

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Students: 7479, Price: Free

This is the First Unit in a series of courses on High School Equivalency Math Prep. The HSE can be obtained by taking the GED, TASC, or HiSET tests depending on the state you live in. All information pertaining to the GED, TASC, HiSET, HSE can be found in the introductory video.

In this course specifically, we will be discussing Place Value, Rounding, and basic Arithmetic. You will learn how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers as well as decimals.

By the end of the unit, you should feel comfortable with all basic arithmetic functions. You should able be able to identify different place values and write numbers from words.

Algebraic Expressions, Multiples, Factors, Factorization

Learn the Basics of Algebra and How to Find Multiples and Factors of Numbers, Factorization and Least Common Multiple

Created by Great IT Courses - Mathematics

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Students: 7365, Price: Free

In this course, you will learn the following: 

  • Variables, Equality, Inequality, Expressions and Equations
  • Evaluating Algebraic Expressions and translating Word to Algebraic Expressions.
  • Subtraction and Addition Properties of Equality
  • How to find Multiples and Factors of Numbers
  • Prime and Composite Numbers
  • Prime Factorization and Least Common Multiple (LCM)

This course is part of a course series from Great It Courses that teaches you every concept in mathematics from prealgebra all the way up to Calculus. To know more about the course series and the road map, please Google "greatitcourses" and go to our "Mathematics" page in the navigation. Thank you! 

Introduction to Trigonometry (Algebra 2 Unit 14)

Learn basic trigonometry and trigonometric skills.

Created by Matthew Gromlich - Math Teacher

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Students: 7028, Price: Free

This unit is the first in a High School Algebra 2 curriculum. It teaches basic trigonometric concepts so that they can be applied to algebra 2 concepts later on. It can be taken by traditional high school students as well as High School Equivalency (HSE) students who are learning about geometric topics for their equivalency exams (GED, TASC, and/or HiSET).Topics include:

(1) Introduction to Trigonometry

(2) Special Right Triangles in Trigonometry

(3) The Other Three Trig Functions

(4) Solving Trig Problems

(5) Angles of Elevation and Depression

Each section has a related video, a video quiz, and a section quiz. The video quiz is to be taken along with or shortly after watching the video. The section quiz is to be taken after. To supplement the course, you can use any textbook.

This course should take approximately five to ten hours to complete.

Non-Parametric Analysis

A Step-by-Step Guide to Non-Parametric Statistics in SPSS

Created by Drew Birnie - Academic, Tutor, and Consultant

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Students: 6670, Price: Free

In your research, have you ever encountered one or more the following scenarios:

  • survey data
  • non-linear data
  • “chunked” data (1-4 cm, 2-5 cm, >5 cm…)
  • qualitative judgments measured on a ratings scale
  • data that don’t follow a normal distribution (this is a big one)
  • data that violate assumptions of ANOVA (what were those assumptions again…?)

My guess is you've run into at least a few of these on multiple occasions (and maybe you didn't even know it!).

The bad news is that your skills from parametric tests (like ANOVA) are no good in practically all of the above scenarios.

Knowing even a few basic non-parametric stats will help you tackle these situations.

Learning non-parametrics is a quick way to double the number of tools in your stats tool belt.

Here, you'll learn some of the most common non-parametric statistics used across many different fields of research. After we review the fundamentals of a test, I show you, step-by-step, how to conduct, interpret, and report each test in SPSS.

Learning these new stats will also help you better understand the tests you already know how to run, and you’ll be ready to take on the next person that asks you why you chose to use a Kruskal-Wallis instead of a one-way ANOVA.

You’ll have lifetime access to 24+ videos totaling over 3 hours of instructional content on non-parametric statistics. As a bonus, I have an entire module showing you how to make quality box plots in SPSS that you can use in your research publications or professional presentations.

You can download all of the data sets we use in the examples and follow along or go through them on your own for practice.

If you aren’t satisfied with the course for any reason, it’s backed by the Udemy 30-day money back guarantee.

Maths – Basic angles, distances and coordinates

The fundamentals of Pythagoras, trigonometry, coordinates and whole circle bearings

Created by Saffron Grant - Civil Engineer

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Students: 6558, Price: Free

The format of the course is narrated explanations and calculations. Its exactly the way that I've explained these things to hundreds of students and how I would explain them if you were sitting next to me right now!

The course covers the very basic aspects of:

  • Pythagoras
  • Angles (degrees, minutes and seconds)
  • Trigonometry
  • Coordinates
  • Whole circle bearings

The course assumes that you have zero knowledge of these topics so its perfect for you if you are:

  • completely new to the topics
  • need a refresher
  • are struggling with these or related topics

Fundamentals of Deductive Reasoning – Mathematics

Understanding Mathematical Logic, Proofs and Logical Operations

Created by Great IT Courses - Mathematics

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Students: 6212, Price: Free

In this course, you will learn how to work with mathematical statements, do different operations on them and identify whether they are true or false. We will also talk a little bit about proofs in mathematics here.

This course does not assume much basics so you might "probably" be able to understand the contents of the course if you know basic high school mathematics. However, we are assuming that you know mathematics all the way up to class 11 high school based on the Indian educational system. If you have not gone to school in India and still want to take the course, it is recommended to take a look at our road map in which, all the necessary information regarding your assumed knowledge can be found.

To access the road map, please search for "greatitcourses" on the Internet. Once you get to the website, please read the page titled as, "Mathematics 6-12 Standard".

To locate this particular course in the road map, you can find it under "class 11" with the title, "Mathematical Reasoning".

Thank you!

Numerical Computations in MATLAB

Including Root Finding, Linear Algebra, Curve Fitting, Numerical Integration, Differential Equations and Optimization

Created by Yarpiz Team - Academic Education and Research Group

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Students: 6206, Price: Free

In this course, the built-in capabilities of MATLAB are used to perform numerical computations, which are very useful in enormous fields of applied science and engineering, including:

  • Root finding and equation solving

  • Solving system of equations

  • Eigenvalues, eigenvectors and eigendecomposition

  • Singular Value Decomposition

  • Interpolation, curve fitting and surface modeling

  • Numerical integration and differentiation

  • Working with polynomials

  • Solving Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs)

  • Solving Boundary Value Problems (BVPs)

  • Solving Delayed Differential Equations (DDEs)

  • Linear Programming (LP)

  • Mixed-Integer Linear Programming (MILP)

  • Quadratic Programming (QP)

  • Constrained and unconstrained nonlinear optimization

Basic Geometry

Geometry made easy

Created by Phani Raju - Teaching math from last 7 years

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Students: 5554, Price: Free

Course Highlights

  • Build your Expertise in Geometry concepts through interactive Videos
  • Includes 15 interactive videos on Geometry Concepts.
  • These videos are explained in simple language.
  • Lucid explanation and expressive pictures
  • End of each video explanation, animated version is available to reinforce understanding.

You can apply these basic concepts in your class room and test prep also.

Note: New videos are consistently added to the course.

NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 8 Trigonometry

Step by Step NCERT Solutions for CBSE class 10 Trigonometry

Created by Phani Raju - Teaching math from last 7 years

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Students: 5518, Price: Free

NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 8 Trigonometry is a self-paced course is designed to help CBSE Class 10 students to understand concepts and application through videos. You can view these Video lectures as many times as you want to clear the concepts.

Video Solutions has been prepared strictly as per latest syllabus issued by CBSE for the students associated with Class X.

Few of the features of the course:

  • Points to remember
  • Each Solution is explained with basic concepts
  • NCERT solutions for Class 10 maths Chapter 8 Trigonometry Textbook Exercises
  • Notes, Formulas, Definitions, Key points are included in the videos, while explaining each question.
  • Easy to understand and remember

Concepts covered:

  • Introduction to Trigonometry
  • Trigonometric Ratios
  • Trigonometric Ratios of Some Specific Angles
  • Trigonometric Ratios of Complementary Angles
  • Trigonometric Identities
  • Relation between trigonometric Ratios
  • Values of Trigonometric ratios in terms of the value of one of them.

Bonus: Selected RD Sharma Class 10 solutions of Trigonometry


A Guide to Algebra 1

From solving systems of linear equations to factoring polynomials, this course will help you ace your tests in school!

Created by Rohit Narayanan - Head of GradeSupport.org | Student at Princeton University

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Students: 5419, Price: Free

Algebra 1 is the base of math. It is where students stop solely learning about basic operations. In Algebra 1, students learn how to handle variables, an aspect of math which makes it applicable to many parts of the world. Algebra is the one of the reasons why people say math is everywhere in the world. Whether it be solving for the tax on a bill or finding out how long it takes to get to a certain place, Algebra is key.

I have designed this course based on the structure of a the Common Core Algebra 1 textbook. I will cover everything from evaluating expressions with negative numbers to solving systems of equations. Certain chapters will be longer than others but as a general range, a chapter's worth of content will range from 40 minutes to 1 hour.

Math for Middle Schoolers: Statistics

Learn the Basics of Statistics and Succeed in your Middle School Math Classes

Created by Abinaya Anbuchelvan - Student

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Students: 5416, Price: Free

Math for Middle Schoolers: Statistics is a fun, informative, and simple course for middle schoolers that allows them to learn about and understand the different statistics topics generally taught in middle school FOR FREE! The goal of this course is to help you master these concepts and to provide you with the knowledge to learn more complicated concepts later. By following this course to the end, you will definitely have a much more thorough understanding of statistics! This course will help you learn and improve in the following areas:

  • Graphs
  • Measures of Central Tendency 
  • Plots

All the videos consist of a detailed description of the concept followed by examples to ensure a thorough understanding of the topic.

A Guide to AP Calculus AB

Learn the methods and concepts you need to know for the AP Calculus AB exam.

Created by Rohit Narayanan - Head of GradeSupport.org | Student at Princeton University

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Students: 5386, Price: Free

I have designed this course based on my experiences with AP Calculus AB. In this course, I teach you the topics and methods you need to know for the AP exam. By breaking down certain techniques into steps, you will learn how to approach and solve different questions. My focus is on both teaching the topics and connecting them to the relevant AP style questions.

My suggested approach is for the two types of students I expect to be taking this course:

1. For students enrolled in AP Calculus in school, this course can serve as review material for tests in school as well as the AP exam. Since the AP exam does cover a wide range of material, having this course to use can be helpful when the AP exam comes near.

2. For students self-studying AP Calculus: This course can be used to guide your study. Use the videos to learn content and use my tests to gauge your understanding. Being a full AP course, it will take more than just watching videos and taking a few tests to get a 4 or 5 on the AP exam. After watching the videos and taking my tests, find other practice AP exam materials online to practice. With enough practice, you can achieve a 4 or 5.

Runge-Kutta Method in Python and MATLAB

From theory to implementation

Created by Yarpiz Team - Academic Education and Research Group

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Students: 5382, Price: Free

In this video tutorial, the theory of Runge-Kutta Method (RK4) for numerical solution of ordinary differential equations (ODEs), is discussed and then implemented using MATLAB and Python from scratch. As an example, the well-know Lotka-Volterra model (aka. the Predator-Prey model) is numerically simulated and solved using Runge-Kutta 4th order (RK4), in both languages, Python and MATLAB.

Numerical Root Finding in Python and MATLAB

A Hands-on Approach

Created by Yarpiz Team - Academic Education and Research Group

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Students: 5140, Price: Free

This series of video tutorials covers the numerical methods for Root Finding (Solving Algebraic Equations) from theory to implementation. In this course, three methods are reviewed and implemented using Python and MATLAB from scratch.

At first, two interval-based methods, namely Bisection method and Secant method, are reviewed and implemented. Then, a point-based method which is known as Newton's method for root finding, a.k.a. Newton–Raphson method, is reviewed and implemented. This course is instructed by Dr. Mostapha Kalami Heris, who has years of practical work and active teaching in the field of programming, mathematics, control engineering and computational intelligence.

By the end of this course you will be able to know about the fundamental theory of this root finding methods and implementing them using Python and MATLAB programming languages.