### Learn Math

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Think /r/math is too advanced?

*Here,* **the only stupid question is the one you don't ask.**

This is a subreddit for learning math, and can be seen as a sister subreddit to /r/math. Post all your math-learning resources here. Questions, no matter how basic, will be answered (to the best ability of the online subscribers).

**Follow reddiquette. Be civil and polite; this is meant to be an approachable community for discussion of reason and logic.**

*To receive the best help, please use the following format:*

## [Level Discipline] Sample topic question

*EX:* [High School Math] Quadratic Equations

*EX:* [University Statistics] Probability

• Include instructor prompts (if any). What does your instructor (or the text) want you to accomplish?

• Tell us what is holding you up. Where are you in the process? Provide those who help with as much information as possible.

• Include any equations or assumptions you are using, and descriptions of any attempts you have made.

# \/r/LearnMath Chatroom

**Join the unofficial IRC channel: #LearnMath on Freenode.** (No client required.)

*Not allowed:*

• "Do this for me" posts.

• Personal information. Check your documents before posting.

• Offers or solicitations of payment in any form.

• Surveys. Take them to /r/samplesize.

• Advertisements of any form.

• Posting of quizzes or lists of questions.

• One-sentence posts. Have some respect for people who take time to answer your question and follow the posting rules.

• Being a jerk. Jerks get banned.

**Using LaTeX**
Type this (remove the '\' when typing):

```
`[\; e^{\pi i} + 1 = 0 ;]`
```

you will read:
`[; e^{\pi i} + 1 = 0 ;]`

if you used the LaTeX plugins properly.

Firefox: just install the addon

Opera: use native userjs

Chrome: try the extension

Safari: use Greasekit with the script

**Best read with**:

Other resources include:

- Khan Academy
- Alcumus
- CTY Online AP & College Math
- ODE videos on YouTube
- /r/tutor
- Compilation of Free online math resources