No. 
Resources 
21. 
Algebraic Expressions and Integers (ii)
Site contains lesson on variables and expressions. Contains interactive video tutor on "Writing algebraic expressions from word problems"  Pearson 12Nov2010

 
22. 
Algebraic Expressions and Integers
Site contains lesson on: Variables and Expressions and includes an interactive video tutor on  Writing algebraic expressions from word phrases  Pearson
12Nov2010

 
23. 
Factoring
Site contains helpful videos on Factoring.
12Nov2010

 
24. 
Two Linear Equations and Two Unknowns
Short lesson on working with a System of Linear Equations. Contains helpful videos. 12Nov2010

 
25. 
Linear Equations
Shows videos of solving linear equations.. a good review as well. Videos were prepared as teaching resources but can be used as refreshers.
24Oct2010

 
26. 
Exponents Rules
Shows a video on Rules for Exponents, with examples. Good review for OUM learners taking SBMA1103
24Oct2010

 
27. 
Operations with Polynomials
Site for notes : In mathematics, a polynomial is an expression of finite
length constructed from variables (also known as indeterminates) and constants,
using only the operations of addition,
subtraction,
multiplication, and nonnegative,
wholenumber exponents. 10Jun2010

 
28. 
Important Statistics Formulas
Site for notes : This web page presents statistics formulas described in the Stat Trek
tutorials. Each formula links to a web
page that explains how to use the formula. 09Jun2010

 
29. 
Basic statistics
Statistics is the science of making effective use of numerical data relating
to groups of individuals or experiments. It deals with all aspects of
this, including not only the collection, analysis and interpretation of
such data, but also the planning of the collection of data, in terms of
the design of surveys and experiments 09Jun2010

 
30. 
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. 09Jun2010

 