
 Contemporary's GED Mathematics Jerry Howett
The Basics of Algebra
Web LinksThe following links will give you some extra practice with basic algebra.
AAA Math
(http://aaamath.com)
This site contains many lessons listed under Math Topics. Each lesson starts with an explanation. After reading the instruction for each lesson, click Start to get a problem. Click Reset to get a new problem. For this chapter, focus on the lessons under the topic Equations. 
   Algebra.Help
(http://algebrahelp.com)
This site has lots of long, detailed lessons and interactive worksheets. At the end of each worksheet, click Check Worksheet to find the correct answers. For this chapter, focus on the following lessons:

   Department of Core Mathematics at FreeEd.Net
(http://www.freeed.net/catalog/deptmain.asp?newColl=7&newDept=1)
The Office of Arithmetic & PreAlgebra on this site contains 14 useful lessons under PreAlgebra. For this chapter, focus on Lesson 13: Signed Numbers. 
   Funbrain
(http://funbrain.com/)
This site is aimed at children, but it has useful and fun mathematical games. Click Numbers to get started. For this chapter, focus on the Line Jumper game. 
   Mathematics
(http://math.about.com)
This site has many banners but lots of useful information. The glossary is well done. You can have answers to worksheets emailed to you if you supply your address. For this chapter, focus on lessons under the subject of Algebra. 
   Mrs. Glosser's Math Goodies
(http://mathgoodies.com)
This site has banners advertising airfares, but it also has useful lessons. For this chapter, focus on the following lessons:

   Quia Mathematics
(http://quia.com/dir/math/)
This site offers matching games, flashcards, and lists of terms. In the directory select All Activities and By Title to get a complete list of the 48 topics. For this chapter, focus on the following topics:

   Regents Exam Prep Center
(http://regentsprep.org/Regents/math/matha.cfm)
Some of the material on this site goes beyond the skills on the GED Test, but much is useful. The site includes lessons (L), practice (P), and teacher resources (T). For this chapter, focus on the following lessons in the Operations and the Patterns & Functions sections:


