Student of mathematics are often faced with a dilemma – where to look for the best resources on **math problems**? Text books do provide some assistance but assistance is limited. Online assistance also exists but where does the busy student have the time to look for the correct website offering him the exact assistance? Even the experts coming home to provide coaching to the students have limited resources available on *math problems*. Yet it is said that the best way to get this subject become friendlier is to solve as many problems as possible to get an upper hand on the subject.

Yes, the internet is the correct place to look for a dossier of the same type of problems on the selected topic. The more you are accustomed and familiar with the problems the more you improve your chances to clear the examinations with flying colors. It is said that practice makes a man perfect – nothing could be as true.

## Where to Find Math Problems

There are some eBooks available for free on the internet which offers a kaleidoscopic array of __math problems__ to suit the requirement of the students. The teachers, examiners and research associates are always looking out for as many different assortments of problems as possible to prepare the students for the examinations from all angles.

Math problems are also found in a wide variety of books on the subject. Most large bookstores have racks dedicated to specific subjects and a browsing through of these books will give you an idea of the huge number of problems that are there in these books. For those who cannot afford to buy these books or have the luxury of a laptop or a desktop to solve as many problems as possible, there is the public library where some good books are always available. There are some very good old style libraries that have volumes of books on mathematics. The young student or the mature researcher can access these volumes and note down the problems to be solved later from the comfort of their own homes.

Math problems usually come with a limited number of solved problems as well. The student would do well to first grasp the technicalities of these problems. Initially before going all out for math problems it is always advisable to have a thorough reading of the theory part of mathematics to gain as much relevant knowledge as possible on the chapter. So if you are looking for exclusive problems on trigonometry the best thing is to understand the basics of trigonometry first in all its magnitude and then go ahead looking for problems in as many resources as you can. You would be prepared to the hilt on trigonometry on your own.

Care should be exercised as much as possible about the source of the problems. Sometimes math problems are printed in such a manner that the problem itself becomes a problem till someone is able to figure out what the problem exactly is. Only authentic resources should be used in learning and solving problem is mathematics. Well begun is half done, so the saying goes, and how true when applied to the study of mathematics as well.

If we learn the basics in the earliest year when we were being introduced to the subject thoroughly well we would not really have a major difficulty in solving the problems that are given at the end of the chapters in the books. Unfortunately and very sadly this is not the case. Formative years in mathematics are a waste if time is not given and the correct investment done to prepare well in advance for the future.