Hacker News, the largest and most popular source for information about technology, has released its 2015 edition of “The Best Math Cours for Students” in an effort to help students with a wide range of learning styles.
The free list of courses, which is curated by education technology company Udacity, is made up of free courses, course bundles, and other offerings, including free tutoring and courses that offer discounts on other software.
For students who need an easier way to learn math, the list offers many free courses on basic algebra, trigonometry, and probability.
A few of the courses are geared toward those who want to get up to speed on some advanced math topics.
One of the best free math courses is “Courses in Mathematical Logic” by the University of Texas at Austin, which offers a course called “Introduction to Logic” with an emphasis on the foundations of logic.
“Courses on Logic is a very accessible introduction to logic and the formal structures of mathematics that make it up,” said Alex Vetter, the creator of Udacity’s math curriculum.
Some of the free math content offered by Udacity can be found on Udacity.com.
There are also some “Caveats and Tips” sections of the list.
Udacity, which has more than 7,000 courses from more than 120 countries, has been around since 2003 and offers a variety of courses from free to premium.
While the list may seem a bit daunting, there are a few courses that are more advanced than others, Vetter said.
Many of the math courses offered by the company are free, but some require a subscription.
Those who do not want to pay for additional course content can simply purchase the Udacity course bundle that contains the course and a discount on other courses on the Udacious site.
Like the company’s other popular math courses, the Udemy.com Courses in Calculus and Geometry and the Udablog.com Course in Mathematics and Statistics, all are geared to the basic math skills students need to succeed in university courses.
If you are looking for a more challenging math course, you can also check out “Introduction To Calculus,” by Stanford University.
These free courses can be useful for students who are struggling with some math concepts and are not ready to tackle a full course load.
In addition to Udacity offering the free courses for the top-ranked math courses in the world, Udacity also offers courses that can be purchased from other companies.
Vetter said that some of the higher-ranked courses on Udemy are more expensive, but the company offers a range of courses that students can purchase for as little as $15.
Among the more popular free math classes on Udabuild are “Introduction and Practice to Linear Algebra” by Cornell University, “The Algebraic Number Theory” by Caltech, “Introduction of Differential Equations” by MIT, and “Introduction” to Probability by the Mathematical Sciences Center at Princeton University.