Math Tutorials

Calculus and Pre-Calculus Tutorials

• Visual calculus, from University of Tennessee:
• S.O.S. Mathematics from (The University of Texas at El Paso)
• Harvey Mudd College tutorials:
• “Tutorials for the Calculus Phobe:”
• Karl’s calculus tutor

Self-instructional Mathematics Tutorials

The following mathematics tutorials development as part of the project, Increasing Students Success: Addressing Prerequisite Mathematics Assumptions in Introductory Non-mathematics Courses, funded by The Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education. (project #P116B60125)

Various introductory courses at six universities have been selected for this project. One goal is to provide self-instructional mathematics tutorials for individuals who may need review of certain topics. This self instructional approach will:
• Let you move at your own pace.
• Provide you with additional review (if necessary).
• Let you know how well you are doing.

Currently the non-interactive versions have been developed. While some do not have a lot of graphics, the review materials 3, 4, and 5 are fairly graphic intensive and may take a few minutes to load. Interactive versions are currently being developed and will be added to this site at a later date. |

Math Skills Pretests for Introductory Courses

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Chemistry Math Skills Pretest
Economics Math Skills Pretest
Political Science Math Skills Pretest
Psychology Math Skills Pretest

Review of Math Skills for Introductory Courses

Below are the tutorials
Math Skills 1 -- Review of Fractions
Math Skills 1 -- Review of Fractions (interactive)
Math Skills 2 -- Review of Decimals, Percents, Ratios, and Proportions
Math Skills 3 -- Review of Tables, Bar Graphs, and Circle Graphs
Math Skills 4 -- Review of Graphs: Visual Display of Information
Math Skills 5 -- Review of Graphs: Linear and Nonlinear Relationships
Math Skills 6 -- Review of Algebra

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