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Maths Is Fun
Course Topic(s): One-Variable Calculus | Background
Colorful presentations, many of them interactive, of topics from elementary algebra on up that students should know when they enter a calculus course, including inequalities, exponents, logarithms, polynomials (including factoring and graphing), trigonometric functions, functions, and sequences. Calculus students using this site for review should select the Algebra Index, then follow the links to the College Algebra and Trigonometry indices, which are more age-appropriate and contain presentations ranging from very elementary topics (e.g. linear equations) to more advanced topics (e.g. completing the square, sigma notation, and partial fractions). The site also has a Geometry Index that includes conic sections and solid geometry, with a link to the Trigonometry Index.
Resource URL: http://www.mathsisfun.com/
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Creator(s): Rod Pierce
Contributor(s): Rod Pierce
This resource was cataloged by Janet BeeryPublisher:
Resource copyright: Maths Is Fun (Rod Pierce)
This review was published on February 10, 2011
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