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Interactive Self-Paced Math Tutorials from PrepStep

Interactive math tutorials in PrepStep include the following topics.  Click the blue hyperlink to view details.  Each topic has an accompanying video.

Interactive Self-Paced Math Tutorials from Peterson's

Interactive math tutorials in Peterson's Test & Career Prep include the following areas:

  • Math Foundations
  • Arithmetic
  • Fractions and Decimals
  • Math Thinking Skills
  • Working with Data
  • Pre-Algebra
  • Algebra Foundations
  • Graphing
  • Algebra Functions
  • Algebra Factoring
  • Algebra Quadratics
  • Advanced Algebra
  • Geometry Shapes
  • Geometry Basics
  • Trigonometry

Instructional videos in Peterson's Test & Career Prep include the following topics:

Adding and subtracting fractions Coordinate Geometry Averages Circles
Conversions Converting Decimals and Fractions Counting and Combinations Estimating
Factorials Factoring Factors and Multiples Inequalities
Lines and Angles Making Calculations Math Vocabulary Median and Mode
Multiplying and Dividing Decimals Multiplying and Dividing Fractions Order of Operations Percent Increase/Decrease
Percents Positive and Negative Numbers Powers Probability
Rate Problems Ratios and Proportions Right Triangles Scientific Notation
Setting Up Equations Solid Geometry Solving Equations Square Roots
Squares, Triangles, Paralellograms Translating English into Math Triangles Word Problems
Working Backword Working With Money Working With Variables  

Streaming Video: Mathemedia Series

  • Mathemedia is a comprehensive pre-algebra curriculum consisting of twelve programs focusing on key mathematical principles that apply to real-life situations. Difficult concepts are illustrated by dramatic segments in which characters use math to solve common problems. Animated computer graphics help students visualize the problems and solutions.
  • Mathemedia was developed to meet the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics’ Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics, and materials correlate to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills report.