Find **answers** to any **math problem** and the **explanation of the problem** on **webmath.com** If your student is struggling to find the correct answer or needs to know HOW to solve the problem, it is here. I typed in 2^-3 and found out how to do 2 "to the power of" negative 3. Who knew (well, maybe some, if not many of you did) that the answer would be 1/8? My son had this problem in math and really had no idea how to do it. Nor did I remember.

The site offers problem calculation for grades k-8 as well as higher math. Categories include **General Math, K-8 math, algebra, Plots and Geometry, Trigonomety and Calculus**, as well as "other stuff."

It is a free site by* Discovery Education*. There is also a link on this site to Cosmeo, a fee for service site to look up problems and answers to questions in common textbooks used in school.