College of Arts and Sciences

Many of the following are PDF documents and must be read with Adobe™ Acrobat™ Reader software. This software is free and available from Adobe's web site. Typically this is already installed on most of the machines in the IPFW student labs, so if you are reading this from a Student-Access Computer lab, all you need do is just click on the link and print the document.

- Resources for Success
- Assistance with Graphing Calculators
- Common Office Hours
- Tutoring
- Reduce your Math Anxiety
- Free Graph Paper for you to print at http://www.incompetech.com/beta/plainGraphPaper/
- With these applets you can practice the following skills
- elementary properties of numbers
- determine the coordinates of a point in the plane
- laws of exponents
- square a binomial
- remove common factors
- match polynomials in expanded and factored form
- identify the degree (order) of a polynomial
- determine whether a given graph represents
*y*as a function of*x* - match a linear or quadratic equation to its graph by inspection
- solve a quadratic equation by factoring

- Additional Sources of Help
- Skills Assessment Review
- Review for the Final Exam: Practice Test Solution Key
- Final Exam for Math 109, Fall 2006

**Student Resources**