Welcome to Study Math Online

Hello and a very warm welcome to Study Math Online.


Why learn math?

You may be learning mathematics for a number of different reasons. For example, you may be taking a school or college course and working toward an examination or qualification in math. Your particular job may require math skills - for instance, if you're working in a store or wish to work in a bank or the construction industry. Or you may just need everyday math when household budgeting, doing home improvement projects or simply counting pocket change.


Study math online

Most of us learn our math in the traditional classroom setting, but why not take a different approach and study mathematics online? This allows learning in the comfort of your own home or when you're out and about - perhaps you're in the coffee shop or library at this very moment? You can work at a time and pace which suit you and, what's more, you can grab a break and some refreshment whenever you want. If you're in a study group with friends, you can discuss out loud and work through problems. No restrictions - remember, you're not in class now!


Gain understanding

Feel free to explore the different branches of mathematics and their sub-topics presented here. The subject matter is set out in a simple, easy-to-navigate manner. By working through the logical, step-by-step worked examples, you'll gain a thorough understanding of basic mathematics. You're more than welcome to apply or adapt the methods used in solving your own math problems. You'll soon realise that learning math needn't be hard and, with practice, your confidence will steadily grow and grow.


Study smart

Want to know how to learn math even more effectively? We'll take a look at the basic equipment and materials you'll need to present your math in a clear and concise manner, essential when it comes to keeping time in exams and trying to achieve the best grade possible. What's more we'll explore study skills which will make your learning more enjoyable and productive and stop you wasting any of your valuable time. After all, life isn't just about mathematics!


Good luck

Whatever your reason for learning math, the skills learned at Study Math Online will serve you well. You may well acquire a taste for math and build upon the solid foundations laid here toward more advanced math. Who knows, you may even be a future math tutor in the making!


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How to study effectively with a study plan in your study space
How to study effectively – identify your study space, make a study plan, organise subject matter/study equipment, take regular breaks, don’t procrastinate
Prime and composite numbers - defined, compared and contrasted
What are prime and composite numbers and how do they differ?
Square numbers - definition of/working out perfect squares
Square numbers (also known as perfect squares) defined and explained through the use of examples including how to calculate plus dot pattern representations
Square root problems including example calculations
Solving square root problems - definition of the square root of a number followed by examples of how to find the roots of square and non-square numbers
Cube numbers – definition of/how to work out perfect cubes
Cube numbers (also called perfect cubes) defined, explained and illustrated using easy-to-understand example calculations and block pattern representations
The cube root of a number including worked examples
Definition of the cube root of a number together with easy-to-follow examples of how to work out the roots of cube numbers as well as non-cube numbers
Number sequences - how to identify different number patterns
Number sequences including pattern recognition – counting/odd/even/square/cube/triangular numbers, increasing/decreasing difference and Fibonacci sequences
Math multiplication - learn how to multiply multi-digit numbers
Math multiplication using the grid method and your calculator
Simple interest formula - how to calculate simple interest
Use the simple interest formula to work out simple interest
Math fractions - an easy-to-understand introduction
Don't be frightened by math fractions - learn the basics here
Decimal numbers - numbers containing a decimal point
Get the hang of decimal numbers and place value
How to calculate percentage
Calculate percentage using the percentage formula
Ratio and proportion – what is a ratio including examples
Ratio and proportion defined and explained through the use of easy-to-follow examples, together with a consideration of how to express ratios as fractions
Radius of a circle - how to calculate a circle's radius
Radius of a circle - work out a circle's radius from its diameter, circumference or area
What is the Pythagorean theorem?
The Pythagorean theorem - definition, application and proof
Straight line graphs and the straight line equation
Straight line graphs - explore the relationship between the x and y values along any point on a straight line graph using the equation of a straight line
What is the metric system? Measuring in metric system units
What is the metric system, including the use of fundamental and derived metric system units to measure mass, distance, area, volume/capacity and speed
Foreign currency conversion - a basic introduction
Foreign currency conversion explained including worked examples of how to switch between moneys used by different countries based on the exchange rate
Converting celsius to fahrenheit
Celsius to fahrenheit conversion using the celsius to fahrenheit formula
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