Math
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PrealgebraPre algebra covers concepts such as absolute value, square roots, negative numbers, absolute value, powers, and factoring.

Algebra IAlgebra permits you to solve problems for an unknown variable by manipulating both sides of an equation

Algebra IIYour studies in algebra 1 have built a solid foundation from which you can explore linear equations, inequalities, and functions. In algebra 2 we build upon that foundation and not only extend our knowledge of algebra 1, but slowly become capable of tackling the BIG questions of the universe.

GeometryUnderstanding the properties of shapes, and especially those of triangles will come in very handy, both for improving your logical reasoning and further on when you begin trigonometry.

TrigonometryIn trigonometry we learn to use our knowledge of triangles in a more sophisticated way, and we can often use these rules as shortcuts in calculations.

Probability and statisticsThis tutorial will introduce us to the tools that allow us to think about random events.

PrecalculusIn precalculus we put everything we have learned so far together as a warm up for calculus, and we fill in any gaps we might have.

Differential CalculusDifferential calculus describes the rate of change, or slope in a more exact way. It helps us to determine the trend.

Integral CalculusIntegral calculus describes the total area under a curve.

Multivariable CalculusThe tools of partial derivatives, the gradient, etc. can be used to optimize and approximate multivariable functions. These are very useful in practice, and to a large extent this is why people study multivariable calculus.

Differential EquationsLinear differential equations that contain second derivatives

Linear AlgebraWe will begin our journey through linear algebra by defining and conceptualizing what a vector is and defining some basic operations (like addition, subtraction and scalar multiplication).
