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View Resource The Unique Effects of Including History in College Algebra

Does knowing about Descartes help students understand the Cartesian coordinate system? Will teaching students the origin of the term parabola help them understand the mathematical importance of parabolas and other related matters? A team of mathematicians at Black Hills State University were curious about such matters, so they decided to investigate what the effects of including historical...

View Resource Algebra & Trigonometry

From polynomials to rational expressions, the world of algebra can be a befuddling place. Of course, trigonometry presents certain challenges as well, what with its sine graphs and inverse functions. Students and teachers of these subjects need fear no longer, as this site offers a guide for smooth sailing through all of these thorny matters. These mathematics resources were designed to...

View Resource Mathematics Across the Community College Curriculum

Most people might be aware that mathematics finds its way into a number of instructional programs and courses that are most decidedly not focused on this important discipline. Math is present in a wide range of courses, ranging from fashion design to sociology. Led by The American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC) along with a number of community colleges (including Miami...

View Resource The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS)

This mathematical resource, provided by the OEIS Foundation and authored by Neil J.A. Sloane, contains a searchable database of integer sequences along with information about classic integer sequences and puzzles. The main table is a collection of number sequences arranged in lexicographic order of absolute values. Each sequence entry contains the beginning integers, name, description, formula,...

View Resource College Algebra Online Tutorials

The introduction to this site remarks, "If you need help in college algebra, you have come to the right place." Their statement is accurate, as the staff members at the West Texas A&M University's Virtual Math Lab have done a fine job creating a series of online algebra tutorials for students and anyone else who might be returning to the world of algebra. First-time visitors should look at their...

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