Math help links


    This link will give you an idea about what is needed on-the-job:
    Last edit by prmenrs on Jun 30, '06
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  3. by   Fun2, RN, BSN

    This site seems to be a good tutorial for Algebra.
  4. by   Princess74
    Great idea for a sticky. Thanks
  5. by   sp80
    thanks fun2care....

    really the site is very usefull n its easy to understand.

  6. by   Fun2, RN, BSN
    Here's another good one:

    Good luck to any and all having to face Algebra, or any math class!
  7. by   Fun2, RN, BSN
    I printed off 180 questions from, with answers as well.

    I was able to choose the amount of each type of equation, and the percent of questions that would involve fractions in the equation.

    *Very Cool*
  8. by   Fun2, RN, BSN

    If you go to this site, click on the link at the top, or the picture.

    From there, it will have a pop-up! On the pop-up put your mouse on the Topics button on the left.

    There are two to choose from: Topics 1-6, and Topics 7-12. If you choose the Topics 7-12, make sure you move your pointer to slightly go around the Topics 1-6 button.

    This site seems to be really good for graphing, etc. That's what I'm doing now.

    ...Trying to learn how to graph y=1.5x +1 using the slope-intercept form.
  9. by   nsgmjr
    coming up on finals wish i would have found this site earlier, struggling to keep a b any suggestions
  10. by   Daytonite
    you can access the textbook companion website of addison/wesley math publishers mathxl software at for free. you will need to download one or two drivers in order for the mathxl software to run on your computer before you can access the actual math programs. the instructions to do this are on the website. once you do that you choose one of their math textbooks by title and author from pre-algebra to calculus and you will be given access to unlimited practice problems arranged by the textbook chapters of the book you have chosen. the program will give you step-by-step solutions to every problem you pick to solve. you can also ask the program to give you similar problems to solve in order to practice more of the same.

    other helpful links:
    for help with working with fractions:

    as a nurse for many years, the most complex math i've had to use has been knowing how to work with fractions (ratios) and how to find "x", the unknown, in a simple algebra problem on occassion. you can see examples of the kind of medication calculations nurses are asked to perform on this sticky thread in the nursing student assitance forum:
    Last edit by Daytonite on Jul 19, '08 : Reason: corrected weblinks
  11. by   Fun2, RN, BSN
    Quote from nsgmjr
    coming up on finals wish i would have found this site earlier, struggling to keep a b any suggestions

    Practice as many problems as you can! Find sites off of the internet that is geared toward the math you are learning, and read different methods of how to solve the variety of problems you may be struggling with. Sometimes having something explained in different words may help because you may not understand it one way, and with another it just clicks!

    Good luck!
  12. by   hrtprncss
    For those interested in Nursing/Medical Math Tutorial... It covers the following.... Factor-Label Basics Oral Meds Injections IV drips IV complex
  13. by   hrtprncss
    Another Medical Math Tutorial with Practice quizzes and answers...

    It covers the following:
    * Math Practice Quiz 1
    * Math Practice Key 1
    * Math Practice Quiz 2 Has the answers at the bottom of the quiz
    * More Practice Quizzes - By popular request.
    o Nursing Math Page
    o Math Quiz page for Medical-Surgical Nursing I
    o Matching and Multiple Choice Math Quizzes Just for Practice. Quizzes are self-grading. Thanks to Linda D. Puryear, RN, MSN Department of Nursing Education, San Antonio College.
    o Nursing Math Link Page Has links to tutorials and more practice quizzes with answers. Thanks to Marguerite Tamasy PhD, RN Associate Professor of Nursing, North Harris Montgomery C.C.

    Another Math Tutorial

    Pediatric Math Help
    o Purple - Has help for basic algebra and metrics, etc.
    o Basic Pharmacology Quiz - Has math and medication information included.

    Last edit by hrtprncss on Dec 4, '05
  14. by   vollmermc
    Off the subject--how do you all hyperlink websites to tell others about a certain site like math for example?