A curated list of great external resources for learning mathematics and physics. Can be used as a supplement to our own curriculum at Physics in Motion.
Paul's Math Notes
Has notes for calculus I, calculus II, and calculus III, as well as linear algebra and differential equations. Also includes worked out practice problems.
MIT Open Courseware
MIT Open Courseware offers courses in single variable calculus and multivariable calculus online for free, as well as many other great courses.
Detailed video lessons on a large variety of topics within mathematics, starting from the very beginning, all the way to university mathematics.
An excellent tool that you can you to help you solve problems. Ask it whatever you want, and there is a good chance that it give you something useful back.
One of the best graphic applications out there. It allows you to create dynamic graphs that you can play around with in real time.
A completely free resource that offers an excellent curriculum for front end and back end web development. One of the best resources out there.
Codecademy offers dynamic interactive lessons for a variety of popular computer programming languages, as well as a few useful courses on working with databases.
The New Boston
The New Boston is a great YouTube channel that offers a wide variety of tutorial series on topics in computer programming.
A complete video series on an introduction to quantum mechanics based very closely with Griffith’s ‘Introduction to Quantum Mechanics’.