More help with graphing those pesky polynomials.

When you're graphing polynomials, it helps to already have an idea of what basic polynomial shapes look like. That way we'll avoid some of the nastier surprises.

Need more help with the binomial theorem? This site makes a nice Shmoop supplement.

Know "zero" about zeros? Check out this site. A tutorial on graphing polynomial functions using the zeros and the <em>x</em>- and <em>y</em>-intercepts.

Sometimes we need a step-by-step explanation done in real time. Other times, we need a cookie.

A silly song about solving math problems? Yes, we can watch that.

Is synthetic division artificially hard you? Watch this and become a natural at it.

We can hear the Jeopardy theme in our head already. Covers operations, equations, coordinate geometry, data, and probability.

Madness we say, madness! Their twisted, hulking forms, glimpsed for fleeting moments, factoring long into the night while no one looks.

Sink the enemy's battleship before they sink yours. A totally, completely accurate portrayal of life in the Navy. Really.