Maths E.G. is delivered to you free of charge under a Creative Commons licence. You may use it as often as you like for any educational purpose. Each question in the database will generate thousands of examples, each with fully-worked solutions which you are invited to study. You can set up the fonts sizes and colours by clicking top-right of the screen. Most of the questions are at A-level standard, but some are at university level, so don't panic if some make no sense to you (yet)!

We have found that the most effective way of using this resource is to try the questions with pen in hand, calculator at the ready, friends by your side etc, but with a serious intent to get the question right! That way, if you do go wrong, you can compare your attempt with our solution and identify where you went wrong. Educationalists call this 'formative assessment'. It is possible you may still be stuck, or simply disagree with us! Try clicking the Related material button for useful links or, even better, ask your teacher. It is quite possible that a question is wrong, so if your teacher agrees you have found an error, ask him/her to please take a screen shot and send it to us (teachers - you should give a prize in this case e.g. a chocolate bar!).

We have added Google's translator facility to the questions. Whilst this is not perfect, it may help you if you are studying in another language, but we advise you not use it if you are studying in English. We do not take responsibility for any inaccuracies in translation.

Good luck!

Martin Greenhow, Abdul Rahman Kamavi and contributing undergraduate and postgraduate students at the Department of Mathematical Sciences, Brunel University, UK