Note that all the material on this site has been reviewed and updated.

It is now all incorporated into **Mathematics for Students.**

All further updates will be made on that site.

Note that all the material on this site has been reviewed and updated.

It is now all incorporated into **Mathematics for Students.**

All further updates will be made on that site.

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Mathematics, Learning and Technology

Whether you want to work out **some simple calculations** or compute the **eigenvalues and eigenvectors of a matrix** there is probably a free online calculator to do the job for you!

**WolframAlpha** is so powerful (and not only for Mathematics) it deserves **pages of its own**. There are **several links** available and also **slideshows** to help you learn to use WolframAlpha. (WolframAlpha is still entirely free to use and so useful for teachers and students, though a new Pro option is now also available).

Using **WolframAlpha widgets** makes it possible to set up widgets for repeated use, older students for example need to solve absolute value equations.

When I find a new online calculator I like I include it in another blog: **Mathematics Calculators and Tools **so that the collection is together.

To highlight a few of the calculators I have used recently. For students studying quadratic equations

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This site has many mathematical calculators, use the various tabs above; there is also a **blog for students** which has many resources to help in the study of Mathematics at school.

Note that there have been several updates to various pages.

See the Desmos graphing calculator for example on the **Graphs page **and the examples added to the **WolframAlpha page**.

You will find a variety of online tools and calculators here to help you in your study of Mathematics.