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WTAMU

Virtual Math
College Algebra
Lab

If you need help in college algebra, you have come to the


WTAMU right place. Note that you do not have to be a student at
WTAMU to use any of these online tutorials. They were
created as a service to anyone who needs help in these areas
WTOnline of math.

WTAMU If this is your first time using this College Algebra


Graduate Online Tutorial please read the Guide to the WTAMU
School College Algebra Online Tutorial Website to learn how
our tutorials are set up and the disclaimer. Come back
to this page to make your tutorial selection.
WTCLass

Admissions Please click on the name of the tutorial of your


choice:

Tutorials 2 - 13 cover the prerequisites to College


STARR Center Algebra. Tutorials 14 on cover the College Algebra
concepts.
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Tutorial 1: How to Succeed in a Math Class
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Tutorial 2: Integer Exponents
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Services Tutorial 3: Scientific Notation

Tutorial 4: Radicals

Tutorial 5: Rational Exponents

Tutorial 6: Polynomials
Tutorial 7: Factoring Polynomials

Tutorial 8: Simplifying Rational Expressions

Tutorial 9: Multiplying and Dividing Rational


Expressions

Tutorial 10: Adding and Subtracting Rational


Expressions

Tutorial 11: Complex Rational Expressions

Tutorial 12: Complex Numbers

Tutorial 13: Practice Test on Tutorials 2 - 12

Tutorial 14: Linear Equation in One Variable

Tutorial 15: Equations with Rational Expressions

Tutorial 16: Formulas and Applications

Tutorial 17: Quadratic Equations

Tutorial 18: Solving Polynomial Equations by


Factoring

Tutorial 19: Radical Equations and Equations


Involving Rational Exponents

Tutorial 20: Equations that are Quadratic in Form

Tutorial 21: Absolute Value Equations

Tutorial 22: Linear Inequalities

Tutorial 23A: Quadratic Inequalities

Tutorial 23B: Rational Inequalities


Tutorial 24: Practice Test on Tutorials 14 - 23

Tutorial 25: Slope of a Line

Tutorial 26: Equations of Lines

Tutorial 27: Graphing Lines

Tutorial 28: Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

Tutorial 29: Circles

Tutorial 30: Introduction to Functions

Tutorial 30B: Operations with Functions

Tutorial 31: Graphs of Functions, Part I


(Graphing functions by plotting points)

Tutorial 32: Graphs of Functions, Part II


(Domain/Range, Vertical Line Test,
Increasing/Decreasing/Constant Functions, Even/Odd
Functions, and Greatest Integer Function

Tutorial 33: Practice Test on Tutorials 25 - 32

Tutorial 34: Graphs of Quadratic Functions

Tutorial 35: Graphs of Polynomial Functions

Tutorial 36: Long Division

Tutorial 37: Synthetic Division and the Remainder


and Factor Theorems

Tutorial 38: Zeros of Polynomial Functions, Part I


(Rational Zero Theorem and Descartes's Rule of Signs)

Tutorial 39: Zeros of Polynomial Functions, Part II


Tutorial 40: Graphs of Rational Functions

Tutorial 41: Practice Test on Tutorials 34 - 40

Tutorial 42: Exponential Functions

Tutorial 43: Logarithmic Functions

Tutorial 44: Logarithmic Properties

Tutorial 45: Exponential Equations

Tutorial 46: Logarithmic Equations

Tutorial 47: Modeling with Exponential and


Logarithmic Functions

Tutorial 48: Practice Test on Tutorials 42 - 47

Tutorial 49: Solving Systems of Linear Equations


in Two Variables

Tutorial 50: Solving Systems of Linear Equations


in Three Variables

Tutorial 51: Systems of Linear Equations and


Problem Solving

Tutorial 52: Solving Systems of Nonlinear


Equations in Two Variables

Tutorial 53: Practice Test on Tutorials 49 - 52

Tutorial 54A: Sequences

Tutorial 54B: Series

Tutorial 54C: Arithmetic Sequences and Series


Tutorial 54D: Geometric Sequences and Series

Tutorial 54: The Binomial Theorem

Tutorial 55: The Fundamental Counting Principle

Tutorial 56: Permutations

Tutorial 57: Combinations

Tutorial 58: Probability

Tutorial 59: Practice Test on Tutorials 54A - 58

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