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Quantitative Skills Center

Math Refreshers

Algebra Refresher

The worksheets below will refresh your algebra skills. They will also help you get to the root of many common algebra mistakes in order to avoid them in the future.


Trigonometry Refresher

The worksheet below will refresh your trigonometry skills. It will cover the main functions, representations, and angles.



DON'T FORGET- You can always stop by the Quantitative Skills Center for help in person and for resources.

Online Math Tutorials

  • Khan Academy. The go-to learning supplement for a wide variety of quantitative subjects. Enjoy free access to video lessons arithmetic to calculus to linear algebra
  • How to Learn Math. A free, self-paced online course for learners of all levels of math to make learning math more effective. Each of the 6 sessions is approximately 20 minutes. You can also check out YouCubed: a website created by the same instructor that aims to inspire math success for all students through growth mindsets and innovative teaching.
  • Basic Math Tutorials. Four tutorials created by Dr. Jackels are available here. The topics include: scientific notation, substitution, logarithms, and unit conversions. A great resource for a quick refresher on these topics.
  • College Algebra Online Tutorials The staff at the West Texas A&M University's Virtual Math Lab have done a fine job creating a series of online algebra tutorials for students and anyone else who might be returning to the world of algebra.
  • Paul's Online Math Notes Tutorials created by Paul Dawkins from Lamar University. They include notes on Algebra, Calculus, Linear Algebra and Differential Equations as well as some common math errors and how to study math.
  • Calculator Operations TI-82, TI-83+, TI-84+, and TI-86 

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Math-Related Websites

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Learning and Math Anxiety

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