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On-Line graphing calculator

Any TI calculator manual:

Any Casio calculator manual:

On-Line Videos on various math topics

Other generally useful math resources:

- A search on a math topic will usually return links to material on Wikipedia and Mathworld, both of which are generally excellent.

- Excellent Blog written by Timothy Gowers, Editor of
*The Princeton Companion to Mathematics*

- Another amazing blog by Terence Tao, prolific mathematician, and Fields Medalist

- Yet another blog by a guy who has done a lot of illustrations for Wikipedia

- Wolfram Alpha actually performs various mathematical operations and volunteers a bunch of related information. Used wisely, you can learn an incredible amount exploring the further information it provides.