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I'm trying to find a place that has guided walkthroughs/answer guides for intermediate algebra, college algebra, and precalc. Maybe trig, also. Any ideas?

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Thanks, Soarer. –  Coke Christopher Oct 2 '11 at 9:00

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I have found good results at www.khanacademy.org. You can sign up for an account, watch tutorials, practice exercises in a pedagogical order, and track your progress. Another site that has a lot of good walkthroughs is www.patrickjmt.com, but without the exercises. Best wishes.

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Great. It seems to be free, too. Sorry, but I can't accept for 6 minutes. Maybe we'll get another good site. :D –  Coke Christopher Oct 2 '11 at 5:16
    
It's fun. :) Thank you. –  Coke Christopher Oct 2 '11 at 5:58
    
I really need to do that, too. As I got into Calculus 3, I realized my ability with Algebra was declining rapidly. I was still pretty good with Trig, though. Now, I'm out of practice with Trig as well. I feel like I don't have time to plan lessons for myself, and I hope that these sites will keep my mind up to date, as I study new things, like programming. –  Coke Christopher Oct 2 '11 at 6:20
    
I agree with you, @FreeTrader. Although we must be happy with what there is! –  user12205 Oct 2 '11 at 11:39

I think Art of Problem Solving is a good place to get several Questions on algebra or what ever topic you want in various levels of difficulties. Art of Problem Solving Website : http://www.artofproblemsolving.com

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its a forum and doesnt help in a defined structure –  Bhargav Oct 2 '11 at 11:38
    
But one can learn a lot from that website that's why I suggested it. –  Ramana Venkata Oct 2 '11 at 11:46

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