Welcome to MathOnWeb Software, home of The
Algebra Coach and many other great programs.
Our goal is to create software that makes it easier for
students to learn mathematics and for teachers to teach
mathematics. Our programs are designed to let you stay
focused on the big picture while they take care of the
Here is what we offer:
The Algebra Coach is a Windows program that
shows you how to do high school and college level algebra.
You can download it and try it out FREE for three weeks.
If you like it then you can buy it for $24.95,
about the same price as a basic calculator! Here is what the Algebra Coach does:
You can type in an equation and it will show you step-by-step how to solve it.
You can type in an expression and it will show you step-by-step how to simplify it,
factor it, complete the square on it or add the fractions or logarithms in it.
You can type in a system of equations and it will show you step-by-step how to solve
them by elimination or by substitution, draw their graphs, and much, much more.
After any step you can press F1 for more help and the accompanying Algebra
e-book opens up right to the paragraph describing that step.
You can also drag-and-drop exercise problems from the e-book into the Algebra Coach.
The Algebra Help e-book is a hyperlinked electronic
textbook on high school and college algebra. The topics range from pre-algebra, through
functions, logarithms, exponents, trigonometry, equations, systems of equations, all the way to
complex numbers. It has a synchronized table of contents, index and full search capability.
There are three versions:
The version that comes with the Algebra Coach.
A version that you can download separately.
A version that you can view in your browser right now by clicking
The Technology Suite is a set of ten Windows
programs that show you how mathematics is applied to technologies such as electrical,
mechanical and structural engineering.
Six programs deal with systems of equations and their applications.
Includes the !NEW! nodal analysis program.
Three programs deal with vectors and complex numbers.
One program helps you visualize differentiation and integration.
The Math Lectures are an ever-expanding set of online notes on various areas of mathematics. The
Math Fun pages try to show that math is also entertaining. Check them both out.
FAQs are frequently asked questions.
You can get answers to questions concerning downloading,
installing and using the programs.