Hello! Welcome to my website, MathOnWeb.com, home of the Algebra Coach and the
Math for Technology suite. My goal is to create apps and resources that make it
easier for students to learn mathematics and teachers to teach mathematics.

Here is what you'll find:

A screenshot of the Algebra Coach showing how to
solve an equation for *x* in 3 steps.

**The Algebra Coach**.
This app solves high school and college-level algebra problems step-by-step.
You can download it and try it out for free. If you like it then you
can buy it for $24.95, about the same price as a basic calculator!

A screenshot of one of the apps in the suite: the DC Loop Analysis app. As you draw the circuit the system of equations describing the electric currents in the loops are set up and solved.

**The Math for Technology Suite**.
This is a set of ten apps that apply mathematics such as linear algebra,
trigonometry and complex numbers to technologies such as electrical, mechanical
and structural engineering. The suite is absolutely free.

- Six apps apply linear algebra to electric circuits, trusses and logistics.
- Three apps describe vectors, rotating vectors, complex numbers and waves.
- One app helps you visualize calculus.

A screenshot of the Algebra *e*-book explaining radical notation.

**The Algebra**. This is a hyperlinked electronic textbook on high school and college-level algebra. The topics start with pre-algebra and range through functions, logarithms, exponents, trigonometry, equations, systems of equations, all the way to complex numbers. It has a synchronized table of contents, an index and full search capability. It is actually the help file that is included with the Algebra Coach app but you can also view a version in your web browser.

*e*-book**My four books**.

*Mathematics for Electrical Technology*

*Calculus for Electrical Technology*

*Differential Equations for Electrical Technology*

*Multivariable Calculus for Electrical Technology*

You can buy the books here. You can download resources (Excel spreadsheets and Maple worksheets) that supplement the books here.

In this blog topic you learn how to program Excel and add controls like sliders and buttons to control spreadsheet contents such as graphs.

**My blog**. I just started a blog. I want to discuss math and physics topics of interest to me (and hopefully you). Please ask me your questions and give me your feedback.

There's more. Useful Links is a list of websites that I have found helpful in my studies. The FAQs answer questions concerning downloading, installing and using the apps.