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algebra.help: This site has lessons on basic algebra topics and techniques, study tips, calculator advice, worksheets, and more.

EdHelper: This site generates practice worksheets over a broad range of topics such as fractions, percents, ratios, polynomials, general algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and word problems. To receive an unlimited number of worksheets, or to get the answers, you will need to subscribe.

Exercises in Math Readiness: EMR has lessons, examples, and short quizzes (complete with hints and solutions). They cover only a few topics, but the coverage is excellent, and extends from algebra to trigonometry and set theory.

Home Schooling Unlimited: There are loads of worksheets available, with fresh exercises generated for each click. Scroll down to the bottom half of this page to find the algebra and graphing practice sheets.

Infinite Algebra: Kuta Software offers many free algebra worksheets (in PDF form). The worksheets list the answers, but do not provide hints or worked solutions. (Note: The software package Kuta offers helps instructors with designing tests, and is not intended for students.)

Maths Is Fun: If you'd like extra practice or instruction on pre-algebra or early-algebra topics, Maths Is Fun is a great resource. The site also has worksheets, a tutoring forum, puzzles, and teaching games.

PiCrust's worksheet collection: Prof. Schulte has posted a collection of worksheets at her PiCrust site. The sheets, covering basic math through calculus, come from a variety of sources; most are Adobe Acrobat (that is, PDF) documents.

U. of A. Software: This software contains self-testing quizzes, but the "Help" contains good lessons. The programs are DOS-based, but very user-friendly. Scroll down the page to "Are You Ready?", and choose your level.

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