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Mathematics: Math Help

Learning Express Library

These interactive tutorial courses will help you sharpen your math skills, while allowing you to learn at your own pace. If you don't already have a LearningExpress account, you'll need to register to get started. Adobe Flash (free) required.

Step 1.  If you are not on campus, you will first need to sign in through the off-campus portal.  

Step 2.  First time users need to create an account with Learning Express Library.

Step 3.  Find 1001 Algebra problems and other practice exercises. Learning Express Library



Films on Demand

The following videos are from Films on Demand (FOD). Go directly to FOD or view some selected algebra videos below.


The videos below are just a few of the algebra videos available on Films on Demand.  More videos about algebra from Films on Demand.

Inequalities - This program uses the design for a moveable floodgate, to be activated automatically when waters reach a critical level, to illustrate mathematical inequalities.

Logarithmic Functions - How many loud rock concerts could a teen attend before suffering permanent damage to the eardrums? In this program the risk of hearing loss from prolonged exposure to loud sounds is calculated using logarithmic functions.

Quadratic Functions - In this program quadratic functions are used to model the arc of footballs and fireworks as they fall, and to determine how fast a car was moving at the time of an accident.

Systems of Equations - In this program, systems of equations are explained using Amazon’s rise to profitability, encryption, and ballistic missiles.

Khan Academy

Khan Academy is a not-for-profit online organization.  Students can make use of their extensive library of content, including interactive challenges, assessments, and videos from any computer with access to the web.

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