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Trigonometry
This set of videos, created by Salman Kahn of the Kahn Academy, focus on trigonometry. Watch the "Geometry" playlist first if you have trouble understanding the topics covered here, it will certainly be a useful aid. Altogether, there are 32 videos covering all the proverbial based in trigonometry. Once complete, this should prepare any student for more complex mathematics.




http://academicearth.org/mathematics/



Arithmetic
This set of videos, authored by Salman Khan of the Khan Academy, represents the most basic of the math playlists. Start here if you have very little background in math fundamentals (or just want to make sure you do). This set consists of 35 videos and after watching this playlist, you should be ready for the prealgebra playlist.




http://academicearth.org/mathematics/



Developmental Math
This set of videos, authored by Salman Khan of the Khan Academy, provides worked developmental math examples from the Monterey Institute. These start at a fairly basic level and would prepare a student for the set of Algebra I worked examples. After completion, students should gain a fundamental understanding of mathematics and future studies.




http://academicearth.org/mathematics/



Probability
This series of videos, created by Salman Khan of the Khan Academics, introduces students to basic probability. Anyone using these videos should a reasonable grounding in basic algebra before viewing. This collection features seventeen different videos covering a broad array of topics within the discipline. Overall, this should serve as a solid introduction to this field.




http://academicearth.org/mathematics/



Algebra
This series of videos, created by Salman Khan of the Khan Academy, features topics covered from very basic algebra all the way through algebra II. This is the best algebra playlist to start at if you've never seen algebra before. Once you get your feet wet, you may want to try some of the videos in the "Algebra I Worked Examples" playlist.




http://academicearth.org/mathematics/


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