My name is Stacey and I live in Corvallis, Oregon with my two kids.
This site is created by content from you! I help people on Twitter and online who are stuck on math. You send me a problem, and I write up a solution and an explanation. Pretty simple.
Almost everything here is free. Read examples and solutions, browse concepts, learn math. But, I need to make a living too!
Buy tools I create! I create practice problems (with solutions), note-cards to use on exams, practice tests and other math-helpers. These are easy to purchase as you are browsing and practicing. Don’t see a subject you want to learn about? Contact me and I’ll create it.
Want your question to appear on my blog? Tweet it to me!
I know it has been a while since my last post, but I have had a lack of questions! Click on the “Ask a Question” page to leave your question and I will answer it as soon as possible (I check multiple times a day).
Q: There are so many rules when it comes to taking derivatives and anti-derivatives… how do I keep them all straight? More importantly, how do I know when to apply which rule?
Ask me your questions and let me help!
College Algebra is one of the hardest classes to pass (or get the grade you desire). Many College Algebra classes have 200-300 students, which makes it hard for a student to get any quality one-on-one time. If you are struggling or have questions, please post them here so I can help!