I have found many good sights on the net doing basic searches with yahoo. (I.e. seaching for dot product, cross product, even geometry, trigonometry, etc…) here are a couple sites I hope help out a little, I’m copying them off of printed version of the pages, so many of these lead directly to topics, just go up a couple levels and find the main page and you’ll usually find a large list of other topics.

java.math.rpi.edu/devmodules/bicycle/html/vectordot.html

omega.albany.edu:8008/calc3/vectors-dir/cornell-lecture.html

freeabel.geom.umn.edu/docs/reference/CRC-formulas/node41.html

forum.swarthmore.edu/dr.math/problems/chris10.12.html

There are MANY, MANY more sites, but those are just a few I have in front of me. Also, and not for the weak of heart… I’ve found that a good dictionary can be invaluable when trying to decipher advanced math concepts… (try using a dictionary to teach yourself how polar coordinates related to euler coordinates or how to calculate the 2d projection of a 4d object! now thats a head-ache!)

-BwB