This research guide will provide suggestions for sources to assist you in your mathematics course.

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- Mathematic Courses
- MAT 033 - Developmental Mathematics
- MAT 101 - Beginning Algebra
- MAT 102 - Intermediate Algebra
- MAT 110 - College Algebra
- MAT 111 - College Trigonometry
- MAT 112 - Precalculus
- MAT 115 - Analytical Foundation for Calculus
- MAT 120 - Probability and Statistics
- MAT 123 - Contemporary College Mathematics
- MAT 130 - Elementary Calculus
- MAT 140 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
- MAT 141 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
- MAT 155 - Contemporary Mathematics
- MAT 170 - Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry I
- MAT 240 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus III
- MAT 242 - Differential Equations

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This course includes the study of rational numbers and their applications, operations with algebraic expressions, linear equations and applications, linear inequalities, graphs of linear equations, operations with exponents and polynomials, and factoring.

- MAT 101_PracticeProblemsThis document link above contains practice problems for this course.

Below is the textbook you are using. You can access this book in the D2L course for this class.

"Developmental Mathematics, 2nd edition" (by: D. Franklin Wright)

You will need to check Course Search to determine what instructional methods are available for the term/semester.

**Instructional method codes and descriptions:**

INT |
Online Course |
All instruction in online courses is delivered entirely via the internet through the college’s learning management platform, Desire 2 Learn (D2L). There are no required live meetings and all materials and communication with the instructor and other students can be completed in D2L. |

ISP |
Individualized Study Plan |
ISP courses meet in person and use computer tutorials, guided instruction, learning lab activities and self-paced lessons using a variety of media, including Internet resources. |

SOM |
Scheduled Online Meetings |
SOM courses are live online courses that are conducted in real-time. The instructor and students are meet in videoconference sessions, which begin and end at a fixed times. |

LEC |
Lecture |
Lecture courses typically meet in person multiple times a week during fixed times.. |

LAB |
Laboratory |
The principal activities in a lab course are "hands on" and include observation, discussion, participation, and experimentation. |

OL |
Open Lab |
Open Lab courses provide flexibility for the completion of lab activities. These classes may have both an online and face-to-face component. Open Lab Hours will vary based on program. Your academic advisor or instructor will provide you with additional information. |

HYB |
Hybrid Course |
Hybrid courses combine traditional lecture instruction with online learning (see descriptions above). |

**Library Databases Math Help**

- LearningExpress Library This link opens in a new windowA comprehensive collection of test-preparation tools, skill-building materials, and other career and life skills resources.
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**Useful websites**

- All In One High School - Matha free curriculum resource for homeschoolers. Itâ€™s broken down by subjects, such as algebra or geometry, and links to videos, quizzes, and activities each day
- Ask Dr. MathQuestion-answer format on a variery of topics
- DesmosGraphing applet
- GeoGebraGraphing applet
- Hippocampusoffers free lessons in advanced math subjects including calculus, statistics, and trigonometry
- Interactive MathematicsTutorials for algebra, trigonometry, and calculus/games and videos for calculus
- Khan Academy - MathFind help for a variety of math topics at different levels
- MathologerEnter the world of the Mathologer for really accessible explanations of hard and beautiful math(s).
- MathTVFree math videos - Basic math through Calculus
- PurpleMathProvides explanations of some mathematical topics
- Purple MathTutorials on algebra, word problems, and number bases designed to help the struggling algebra student
- SOS MathVariety of topics in algebra, trig, calculus, and differential equations
- ThatquizProvides practice problems
- That QuizQuizzes to test learning
- West Texas A&M University Virtual Math LabVirtual Math Lab tutorials for beginning, intermediate, and college algebra

- Basic Math Quick Reference Handbook by Rachael Mitas (Cover Design by)Call Number: QA11.2 .M57 2009ISBN: 9780615273907Publication Date: 2009-01-01[Located at Thornley & Berkeley Campuses]

This handbook, written by an experienced math teacher, lets readers quickly look up definitions, facts, and problem solving steps. - Cliffs Quick Review - Math Word Problems by Karen L. AnglinISBN: 9780764544927Publication Date: 2004-04-30Cliffs Quick Review - Math Word Problems gives you a clear, concise, easy-to-use review of the basics of solving math word problems.
- Math Review by Words & Words & NumbersISBN: 9781423218715Publication Date: 2012-05-31With updated content and an additional panel of information, Math Review includes hard-to-remember formulas and properties, along with numerous examples and illustrations to improve understanding.

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