This guide provides information on additional tutoring resources for FSCJ students

Intermediate Algebra

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This Libguide is an access point to Intermediate Algebra resources.

- MyMathLab Student Support PageThis Web page provides assistance in navigating the Pearson MyMathLab software, including support for getting your computer set up and registering.

- MathXL Student Support PageThis Web page provides assistance in navigating the Pearson MathXL software, including support for getting your computer set up and registering.

- ALEKS Student Support PageThis Web page contains a number of helpful videos, PowerPoint presentations, and documents that provide how-to information for navigating the ALEKS software.

- WebAssign Student Support PageWebAssign is a software program that is currently being utilized by students who are enrolled in Calculus courses at the College. This is a link to a student support page that provides assistance with navigating the software.

Section 0. Review

Section 1. Linear Equations and Inequalities

Section 2. Graphs, Relations, and Functions

Section 3. Linear Functions and their Graphs

Section 4. Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities

Section 5. Polynomials and Polynomial Functions

Section 6. Rational Expressions and Rational Equations

Section 7. Radicals and Rational Exponents

Section 8. Quadratic Equations and Functions

- Kahn Academy - nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide a free world-class education to anyone, anywhere.

- 46 full-length Intermediate Algebra videos by Professor Leonard.

- PrepStep for Colleges has tests, tutorials, and ebooks for core math, science, and English skills; college success and computer skills; career, placement test, grad school, and ACT/SAT preparation; and high school equivalency center.

Planning to register for a math class and interested in checking your math skills to assist with course selection? FSCJ offers a variety of introductory math courses, from developmental education (or college preparatory) math courses, such as MAT 0018 and MAT 0028, to college-level math courses like MAT 1033 (which counts as an Associate in Arts elective), and college-credit math courses like MAC 1105 (College Algebra) or MGF 1106 (Topics in College Mathematics) and MGF 1107 (Explorations in Mathematics), which fulfill your general education requirements.

Consider taking a math self-check **(links provided below) **to learn more about your current knowledge and skills in math.

Each of the math courses listed below has a bank of self-checks containing ten questions apiece. At the end of each self-check, you will receive a score and feedback to help you understand the correct response to the questions. These self-checks are designed to assist you in checking your math understanding and in making informed choices when registering for math classes. The self-checks are not considered an official assessment instrument and will not be used by the College for placement. Rather, the self-checks are for your use only. For assistance with registering for classes, please see an FSCJ Student Success advisor.

Course |
Self-Checks |

MAT 0018 | |

MAT 0028 | |

MAT 1033 | |

MAC 1105 | |

MGF 1106 and MGF 1107 |