A lot of students have trouble with mathematics because it's a conceptual subject which you cannot just memorize
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New York, NY (PRWEB) March 3, 2009
InteractiveMathTutor.com (http://www.interactivemathtutor.com ) is offering math homework help to students who need help with their math problems, in celebration of its 10th anniversary as a leading provider of online math tutoring services for students throughout the United States. To thank the math community for its loyal support, InteractiveMathTutor.com is offering its math forum free of charge. Members of the forum can post math problems in subjects including elementary math, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, and statistics and receive help from an InteractiveMathTutor.com tutor, as well as look at each other's problems and work together.
"A lot of students have trouble with mathematics because it's a conceptual subject which you cannot just memorize," said Howard Heller, president of InteractiveMathTutor.com. "The Math Forum at InteractiveMathTutor.com gives students who need math homework help access to a free resource where they receive help with their math problems."
The Math Forum at InteractiveMathTutor.com also provides a social community for individuals interested in education to discuss topics with other members. The forum offers educational categories for members to select from, to discuss such as The Teachers Corner, Parents Speak Out, Students Speak Up, and Homeschooling.
InteractiveMathTutor.com has been a leading provider of online tutoring services for students who need help with their math problems throughout the United States since 1999. This American educational company, based out of New York City, provides tutoring for students in all levels of mathematics, including elementary math, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, precalculus, and calculus, and business based subjects including statistics, finance, economics, and accounting. The mission of InteractiveMathTutor.com since its infancy has been to provide personalized, effective tutoring customized to the needs of each individual student. To join The Math Forum at InteractiveMathTutor.com for free, please visit http://www.interactivemathtutor.com/forum. And for more information on InteractiveMathTutor.com's other individualized services, please visit http://www.interactivemathtutor.com.