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Mathematics Resources for Students

NEW: MATH 1111 Final Exam Review--Multiple Choice with Answers

NEW: MATH 1111 Final Exam Review--Free Response Problems by Topic

NEW: MATH 1111 Final Exam Review--Answers to Free Response Problems by Topic

MATH 98: MATH 98 Final Exam Review

For students in classes using Mathematica software from Wolfram, get your free Mathematica software.  Computers in the LTCs have Mathematica installed for your use.

TI Connect is installed on some LTC computers with an appropriate cable to connect to your TI 83+ or 84+ calculator.  This is often used for statistics projects.



If you have an iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad, Shodor's Math Flyer is a great 99 cent app for visualizing functions. It's available on iTunes!  


Many helpful resources on How to Study Math from HowToStudy.org


Over 2,400 videos from the Khan Academy (as seen on YouTube!) are available on all areas of mathematics from beginning algebra to differential equations.

  • Khan Academy playlists for topics in MATH 98:  Arithmetic | Pre-Algebra | Developmental Math | Dev Math 2 |
  • Khan Academy playlists for topics in MATH 1111:  Algebra |
  • Khan Academy playlists for topics in MATH 1113:  Precalculus | Trigonometry
  • Khan Academy playlists for topics in MATH 1431:  Statistics | Probability
  • Khan Academy playlists for topics in MATH 2431/2432/2633:  Calculus |
  • Khan Academy playlists for topics in MATH 2641:  Linear Algebra |
  • Khan Academy playlists for topics in MATH 2652:  Differential Equations |

  • HippoCampus has excellent videos on algebra, calculus, and statistics.


    Mathispower4u has 2500 Video Tutorials by Professor James Sousa.


    Associate Professor Andrea Hendricks of the GPC Online Math Department has developed video clips and notes for several math classes:

  • Video clips and notes from Associate Professor Andrea Hendricks for MATH 97 (Beginning Algebra--now part of MATH 98)
  • Video clips and notes from Associate Professor Andrea Hendricks for MATH 98 (Intermediate Algebra)
  • Video clips and notes from Associate Professor Andrea Hendricks for MATH 1111 (College Algebra)
  • Video clips and notes from Associate Professor Andrea Hendricks for MATH 1113 (Precalculus).

  • Calculator Resources  
     

  • Prof. Calandra Davis created an excellent handout available online that covers the basics of using the TI-83+/84+ graphing calculator.
  • Macon State College has a terrific calculator tutorial.
  • Publisher Prentice Hall has calculator help for math courses from algebra to calculus.
  • Texas Instruments has  information on TI graphing calculators, including accessories and electronic versions of the guidebooks.

  • Other Math Resources:
     

  • H&H Publishing offers an excellent free tutorial for beginning algebra which includes guided practice and a self-test.

  • Many of our online and hybrid math courses use Course Compass--MyMathLab.com for assignments and practice tests.

  • PurpleMath is a great site for learning algebra: .  Click on Lessons: "How do you really do this stuff?" to see a list of online modules that are helpful for Math 98/1001/1111 and the algebra (not trig) portion of Math 1113.

  • The Virtual Math Lab at West Texas A&M is an outstanding math tutorial site for beginning, intermediate, and college algebra.

  • Math.com has lots of tutorials and practice problems on every level of math from arithmetic to algebra to calculus.

  • Reviews, cheat sheets, class notes, and much more are available at Paul's Online Math Notes for algebra, trigonometry, calculus, linear algebra, and differential equations. This is an excellent site for those wanting to supplement material for their current math courses or those wanting to review material from a class taken a few years ago.

  • S.O.S Mathematics is an excellent site with explanations, examples, and exercises with detailed solutions covering algebra, trigonometry, calculus, and differential equations.  The site also has practice tests in most of these areas.

  • Calculus lessons and problems with detailed solutions from UC Davis Mathematics Department..

  • Harvey Mudd College has online tutorials for Precalculus, Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations.

  • Calculus.Org has many resources for calculus students.

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