Students have all the luck nowadays with so many useful and amazing apps to help them learn. A long time ago when I was a student, I found algebra a tricky subject. We had a look through some of the apps available for students to give them a helping hand to get their head around some of the main concepts in algebra.
Algebra Tutor allows students to practice and learn Prealgebra and Algebra topics. It has walk through stepbystep solutions to see where you made mistakes and you can see your stats for every problem type. It has 35 different practice concepts from fractions to polynomials.
Algebra is a Algebra tutoring and homework help app that has a huge range of chapters teaching all aspects of algebra like linear equations, simplifying, and factoring. The app includes:
 Multiple video example problems
 Interactive practice problems with builtin support
 A Challenge Problem
 Multiplechoice selftests
 Extra problem worksheets
 Review notes
Math Ref is an award winning app that includes over 1,400 different formulas, references, tips and examples of equations and concepts such as vector calculus, linear algebra and differential equations. It includes topics like:
 Algebra
 Geometry
 Trigonometry
 Linear Algebra
 Series & Sequences
 Derivatives
 Integration
 Table of Integrals
 Vector Calculus
 Differential Equations
 Discrete
 Probability and Statistics
 Physics
 Chemistry (includes Periodic Table)
 Algorithms
 Financial (includes Real Estate)
 Prime Numbers
 Greek Alphabet
Algebra Calculator is a simple tool for calculating algebra problems directly from your iphone or ipad. It includes a quadratic equation calculator, a sum of squares calculator, and a foil methods calculator.
Free Graphing Calculator is a nifty app that allows you to visualize algebraic equations. You can graph up to four equations at once, and use an inbuilt scientific calculator to help you with your calculations.
Have you found any more Algebra apps that are useful? Post any of your suggestions below!

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