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## Revision as of 09:55, 22 July 2009

### Explore our Helper Pages below for further explanations about some of the concepts discussed in our image pages.

A Helper Page is what we here at The Math Images Project call a page that explains concepts that are useful background knowledge for image pages. Helper Pages can double as image pages (usually if there's a really neat picture that demonstrates the concept) and thus may contain several images, but often the Helper Pages are aimed at simply explaining a particular math topic such as Logarithms or Complex Numbers.