Mathematics

Mathematics is a unique discipline because of the special language it uses to define, process, and resolve questions. Along with this special language, Mathematics has method and way of thinking of its own. Learning these practices will help you develop your ability to think and communicate as a mathematician.
Below you will find a list of Math topics offered in Supplemental Learning activities.
 
 
 
 
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Subject Description
Addition and Subtraction of decimals: How to add and subtract decimal numbers.
Addition and subtraction of fractions: A review of adding and subtracting fractions.
Addition and subtraction of rational expressions: How to simplify expressions involving addition and subtraction of fractions that contain variables.
Basic logarithms: How to solve a logarithmic equation by rewriting the equation in exponential form and solving for the variable.
Dimensional analysis: How to convert metric and American units using dimensional analysis.
Division of polynomials by binomials: How to divide polynomials using factoring or dividing by greatest common factor.
Equations of lines: How to write the point-slope and slope-intercept forms of linear equations.
Graphing linear equations: How to plot points, graph lines, and interpret the slope of a line.
Math anxiety: Skills and strategies for overcoming math concerns and fears affecting student success
Multiplication and Division of decimals: How to multiply and divide decimal numbers.
Multiplication and Division of fractions: A review of multiplying and dividing fractions.
Multiplication and division of rational expressions: How to simplify and solve equations involving multiplication and division of fractions that contain variables.
Operations with Integers: How to simplify expressions with signed numbers.
Order of operations: How to follow the order of operations to accurately evaluate expressions.
Properties of exponents: A review of basic properties of exponents.
Radical equations: How to solve equations containing radicals.
Rational equations: How to solve equations containing rational expressions.
Scientific notation: How to convert numbers to accommodate values too large or small to be conveniently written in standard decimal notation.
Trinomial factoring: How to write a trinomial as a product of its factors.
Word problems (geometry): How to solve word problems using principles of Euclidean geometry.
Word problems (mixture): How to solve problems that involve mixing of different substances.
Word problems (motion): How to solve problems involving rate, time and distance.
Word problems (percent and interest): How to solve problems about investments and interest rates.