Please fill in the information required and click Submit button. Keywords : Topic : All 1. Basic Math         1.1. Whole Numbers             1.1.1. Place Values and Expanded Form             1.1.2. Operations with Whole Numbers         1.2. Rounding and Estimating         1.3. Exponents and the Order of Operations         1.4. Fractions             1.4.1. Simplifying Fractions             1.4.2. Converting Between Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers             1.4.3. The Least Common Denominator and Equivalent Fractions             1.4.4. Adding and Subtracting Fractions             1.4.5. Multiplying and Dividing Fractions         1.5. Decimals             1.5.1. Using Decimal Notation             1.5.2. Comparing, Ordering, and Rounding Decimals             1.5.3. Adding and Subtracting Decimals             1.5.4. Multiplying and Dividing Decimals             1.5.5. Converting Between Fractions and Decimals         1.6. Ratio and Proportion             1.6.1. Ratios and Rates             1.6.2. Solving Proportions         1.7. Percent             1.7.1. Changing Between Percents, Decimals, and Fractions             1.7.2. Solving Percent Problems         1.8. Measurement             1.8.1. Metric Measurements: Length, Volume, Weight                 1.8.1.1. Metric Conversion         1.9. Signed Numbers             1.9.1. Adding and Subtracting Signed Numbers             1.9.2. Multiplying and Dividing Signed Numbers             1.9.3. Order of Operations with Signed Numbers             1.9.4. Scientific Notation         1.10. Intro to Algebra             1.10.1. Variables and Like Terms             1.10.2. The Distributive Property             1.10.3. Solving Simple Algebraic Equations Using the Additive Property             1.10.4. Solving Simple Algebraic Equations Using the Multiplication or Division Property             1.10.5. Solving Simple Algebraic Equations Using Two Properties             1.10.6. Translating English to Algebra 2. Beginning Algebra         2.1. Real Numbers             2.1.1. Adding and Subtracting Real Numbers             2.1.2. Multiplying and Dividing Real Numbers         2.2. Exponents             2.2.1. Basic Rules             2.2.2. Negative Exponents             2.2.3. Fractional Exponents         2.3. The Order of Operations         2.4. Algebraic Expressions         2.5. Equations             2.5.1. Solving Basic Equations using Addition Principle of Equality             2.5.2. Solving Basic Equations using Multiplication Principle of Equality             2.5.3. Solving Equations with Fractions             2.5.4. Formulas         2.6. Inequalities             2.6.1. Writing and Graphing Inequalities             2.6.2. Solving Inequalities in One Variables         2.7. Polynomials             2.7.1. Polynomial Operations             2.7.2. Multiplying Polynomials             2.7.3. Dividing Polynomials         2.8. Factoring             2.8.1. Removing Common Factors             2.8.2. Factoring by Grouping             2.8.3. Factoring Trinomials             2.8.4. Special Cases of Factoring         2.9. Graphing             2.9.1. The Rectangular Coordinate System             2.9.2. Graphing Linear Equations             2.9.3. Finding the Slope of a Line             2.9.4. Finding the Slope of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines             2.9.5. Writing the Equation for a Line             2.9.6. Graphing Linear Inequalities         2.10. Systems of Equations             2.10.1. Solving a System of Equations in Two Variables by Graphing             2.10.2. Solving a System of Equations in Two Variables by Substitution Method             2.10.3. Solving a System of Equations in Two Variables by Addition Method 3. Solving Applied Problems         3.1. Translation of English Phrases into Algebraic Expressions         3.2. Using Equations to Solve Word Problems         3.3. Solving Applied Problems Involving Whole Numbers         3.4. Solving Applied Problems Involving Fractions         3.5. Solving Applied Problems Involving Decimals         3.6. Solving Applied Problems Involving Percents         3.7. Solving Applied Measurement Problems         3.8. Solving Applied Problems Involving Comparisons         3.9. Solving Applied Problems Involving Ratios and Proportions         3.10. Solving Applied Problems Involving Value of Money and Percents         3.11. Solving Applied Problems Involving Formulas         3.12. Solving Applied Problems Involving Radicals         3.13. Solving Applied Problems Involving Systems of Equations         3.14. Solving Applied Problems Involving Inequalities         3.15. Solving Applied Problems Involving Quadratic Equations         3.16. SBMA1103 Supplemental Learning Materials 4. BBMP1103 Supplemental Learning Materials 5. Intro to Statistics 6. Probabilities         6.1. Calculus 7. The A to Z of Mathematics 8. World of Mathematics Type :Please Select...WebsiteMicrosoft Office FilesFlash FilesMovieAudioYou TubeZip File

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 No. Resources 1. Solving Multi-step Equations Part 3. Algebraic Equation, statement of the equality of two expressions formulated by applying to a set of variables the algebraic operations, namely, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, raising to a power, and extraction of a root. 29-Feb-2012 2. Solving Algebraic Equations Part 2 Algebraic Equation, statement of the equality of two expressions formulated by applying to a set of variables the algebraic operations, namely, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, raising to a power, and extraction of a root29-Feb-2012 3. Solving Algebraic Equations Part 1 Algebraic Equation, statement of the equality of two expressions formulated by applying to a set of variables the algebraic operations, namely, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, raising to a power, and extraction of a root29-Feb-2012 4. Simplify Complex Fractions A complex fraction is a fraction where the numerator, denominator, or both contain a fraction29-Feb-2012 5. Statistics and Probability: Introduction Site with tutorials that may help you grasp basic stats 29-Jun-2011 6. Statistics: Standard Deviation Standard deviation of a statistical population, a data set, or a probability distribution is the square root of its variance. Standard deviation is a widely used measure of the variability or dispersion, being algebraically more tractable though practically less robust than the expected deviation or average absolute deviation.09-Jun-2010 7. Solving Inequalities with One Variable In mathematics, an inequality is a statement about the relative size or order of two objects, or about whether they are the same or not (OUM@Math Learning e-Resource Center)23-Apr-2010 8. Sample Practice Questions - Fractions  Gives some sample practice questions in math (Fractions) for the Accuplacer Test. (This test is normally taken by learners in US as a placement test in colleges. Math is one part of the test.) Questions are in MCQ format. Answer key provided.22-Feb-2010 9. Sample Practice Questions - Basic Math  Gives some sample practice questions in Basic Math for the Accuplacer Test. (This test is normally taken by learners in the US as a placement test in college. Math is one part of the test.) Questions are in MCQ format. Answer key provided.22-Feb-2010 10. Sample Practice Questions - Exponents  Gives a few sample practice questions on Exponents for GRE Test. (Exam normally required in US for Graduate School entry. Math is one part of the test.) Questions are in MCQ format. Answer key provided.22-Feb-2010

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