MyLab Foundational Skills (2016 Update)

Our core MyLab Foundational Skills program offers competency-based, online assessment and skill-building program designed to improve academic preparedness and accelerate learning in reading, writing, ESL skills, and mathematics. Each student receives a personalized Learning Path and institutions have access to topically arranged curriculum that can be easily tailored to the objectives of college and career readiness programs.

Sample Path Builders (i.e., Correlations) are available upon request for ACCUPLACER, ACT, Brady, CAHSEE, Compass, GED, PERT(FL), TABE, and THEA (TX).

Content Map

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  • 1. Pre-Reading
  • 2. Active Reading
  • 3. Vocabulary
  • 4. Dictionary Skills
  • 5. Context Clues
  • 6. Main Idea
  • 7. Supporting Details
  • 8. Graphics and Visual Aids
  • 9. Outlining and Mapping
  • 10. Summarizing and Paraphrasing
  • 11. Combined Skills
  • 1. Active Reading
  • 2. Vocabulary
  • 3. Stated Main Idea
  • 4. Implied Main Idea
  • 5. Supporting Details
  • 6. Outlining and Mapping
  • 7. Summarizing and Paraphrasing
  • 8. Ten Patterns of Organization (Combined)
  • 9. Patterns of Organization: Time Order
  • 10. Patterns of Organization: Spatial Order
  • 11. Patterns of Organization: Process Order
  • 12. Patterns of Organization: Simple Listing
  • 13. Patterns of Organization: Division and Classification
  • 14. Patterns of Organization: Comparison
  • 15. Patterns of Organization: Contrast
  • 16. Patterns of Organization: Cause and Effect
  • 17. Patterns of Organization: Generalization and Example
  • 18. Patterns of Organization: Definition and Example
  • 19. Purpose and Tone
  • 20. Inference
  • 21. Critical Thinking
  • 22. Reading Textbooks
  • 23. Graphics and Visuals
  • 24. Reading Rate
  • 25. Memorization and Concentration
  • 26. Note Taking and Highlighting
  • 27. Test Taking
  • 28. Combined Skills
  • 29. Key Ideas and Details in Literature
  • 30. Word Choice, Structure, and Point of View in Literature
  • 1. Active Reading
  • 2. Vocabulary
  • 3. Stated Main Idea
  • 4. Implied Main Idea
  • 5. Supporting Details
  • 6. Outlining and Mapping
  • 7. Summarizing and Paraphrasing
  • 8. Nine Patterns of Organization (Combined)
  • 9. Patterns of Organization: Time Order
  • 10. Patterns of Organization: Spatial Order
  • 11. Patterns of Organization: Process Order
  • 12. Patterns of Organization: Simple Listing
  • 13. Patterns of Organization: Division and Classification
  • 14. Patterns of Organization: Compare and Contrast
  • 15. Patterns of Organization: Cause and Effect
  • 16. Patterns of Organization: Generalization and Example
  • 17. Patterns of Organization: Definition and Example
  • 18. Purpose and Tone
  • 19. Inference
  • 20. Critical Thinking
  • 21. Reading Textbooks
  • 22. Graphics and Visuals
  • 23. Reading Rate
  • 24. Memorization and Concentration
  • 25. Note Taking and Highlighting
  • 26. Test Taking
  • 27. Combined Skills
  • 28. Key Ideas and Details in Literature
  • 29. Word Choice, Structure, and Point of View in Literature
  • 1. Active Reading
  • 2. Vocabulary
  • 3. Stated Main Idea
  • 4. Implied Main Idea
  • 5. Supporting Details
  • 6. Outlining and Mapping
  • 7. Summarizing and Paraphrasing
  • 8. Nine Patterns of Organization (Combined)
  • 9. Patterns of Organization: Time Order
  • 10. Patterns of Organization: Spatial Order
  • 11. Patterns of Organization: Process Order
  • 12. Patterns of Organization: Simple Listing
  • 13. Patterns of Organization: Division and Classification
  • 14. Patterns of Organization: Compare and Contrast
  • 15. Patterns of Organization: Cause and Effect
  • 16. Patterns of Organization: Generalization and Example
  • 17. Patterns of Organization: Definition and Example
  • 18. Purpose and Tone
  • 19. Inference
  • 20. Critical Thinking
  • 21. Reading Textbooks
  • 22. Graphics and Visuals
  • 23. Reading Rate
  • 24. Memorization and Concentration
  • 25. Note Taking and Highlighting
  • 26. Test Taking
  • 27. Combined Skills
  • 28. Key Ideas and Details in Literature
  • 29. Word Choice, Structure, and Point of View in Literature
  • 1. Harlem Renaissance
  • 2. Traditional Dances
  • 3. Energy
  • 4. Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz
  • 5. Chris Gardner
  • 6. Copyright
  • 7. Oprah
  • 8. Pedro Almodovar
  • 9. Science Fiction and Invention
  • 10. Silent Spring
  • 11. Rock Bottom Remainders
  • 12. Healing Power of Laughter
  • 13. Psychology of Money
  • 14. Brain Games
  • 15. Buying a Used Car
  • 16. Credit Scores
  • 17. Valdez: Father of Chicano Theater
  • 18. Financial Literacy
  • 19. Wellness Programs
  • 20. Radio & Pop Music
  • 1. A Crow's Life
  • 2. Track and Field Meets
  • 3. Painting and Realism
  • 4. Drought
  • 5. Chiune Sugihara: Japanese Diplomat
  • 6. Elevators
  • 7. Kinesics
  • 8. Philosophers
  • 9. Echolocation
  • 10. Proxemics
  • 11. Walt Whitman
  • 12. Lost Colony
  • 13. Honey
  • 14. Runner Geb
  • 15. Subway
  • 16. Home Improvement
  • 17. Job Interview
  • 18. Online Shopping
  • 19. Empathy
  • 20. Michael Phelps
  • 21. Travel Safety
  • 22. Special Effects
  • 23. Henry Darger
  • 24. DIY (Do it Yourself) Culture
  • 25. Atypical Music
  • 26. Naica
  • 1. Columbus and His Dream
  • 2. The Pony Express
  • 3. The Planets that Orbit the Sun
  • 4. Oil Spill
  • 5. Trees: Oldest, Heaviest, Tallest
  • 6. The North Pole
  • 7. Louis Braille and His Code
  • 8. Types of Love
  • 9. Paper-making
  • 10. Alaskan Crab Fishermen
  • 11. Birth Order Theory
  • 12. Bobcats
  • 13. Dream Job
  • 14. Found Art
  • 15. Grand Canyon
  • 16. Guinness Records
  • 17. History of Voting
  • 18. Hollywood
  • 19. Household Budget
  • 20. Identity Theft
  • 21. Light Pollution
  • 22. Roberto Clemente
  • 23. Saving Money
  • 24. Slow Food
  • 25. Story Quilts
  • 26. Urban Hiking
  • 27. The Tale of Genji
  • 28. History of Japanese Cinema
  • 1. Joan of Arc
  • 2. A Spider's Web
  • 3. The Amazing Anatomy of Spiders
  • 4. Working Aboard the Mir Space Station
  • 5. A Deaf Parent
  • 6. Ties Between Great Britain and Canada
  • 7. Clemente
  • 8. Copper
  • 9. Ethics in Online Journalism
  • 10. Franchises
  • 11. Gasoline
  • 12. Gossip
  • 13. Herbal Medicine
  • 14. Hetty Green
  • 15. Immigration
  • 16. Memory
  • 17. Micro-Loans
  • 18. Musical Theater
  • 19. Photos
  • 20. Puppy Training
  • 21. Skills for the Workplace
  • 22. Throwing a Sports Party
  • 23. Time Management
  • 24. Vocabulary
  • 25. Mexican Muralism
  • 26. The Hudson River School
  • 1. The Heroic Potbellied Pig
  • 2. Cassius Clay: Boaster and Boxer
  • 3. Mummification
  • 4. The Secrets of Spies
  • 5. Plants that Kill
  • 6. The Swedish Way
  • 7. Space Launch
  • 8. Flights of the Zeppelin
  • 9. First on and Last Off
  • 10. Effects of Population Growth
  • 11. An Unstable Democracy
  • 12. Fannie Lou Hamer
  • 13. Mary Celeste
  • 14. Ancient Writing
  • 15. Open Source
  • 16. Autopsy
  • 17. Interior Design
  • 18. Small Groups
  • 19. Art of Conversation
  • 20. Blogging
  • 21. History of Jazz
  • 22. History of Music
  • 23. Self Esteem
  • 24. Workplace Etiquette
  • 25. The Beatles
  • 26. Virtual Reality
  • 27. Storm Chasers
  • 1. Reasons for Crime
  • 2. Sharks
  • 3. I am the Greatest
  • 4. Presidential Powers
  • 5. Poisonous Plants
  • 6. Your Personal Brand
  • 7. The Political Party System
  • 8. Nature's Destructive Forces
  • 9. Famous Abolitionists
  • 10. The Truth About Our Vision
  • 11. Life on the Wagon Trail
  • 12. Surfing the "Net"
  • 13. The Cliff Dwellers
  • 14. Wildlife in Distress
  • 15. The Power Behind the Product
  • 16. The U.S. and Canada
  • 17. The Beginnings of a Revolution
  • 18. The Moon
  • 19. Stop Stress with a Hot Bath
  • 20. Running a Small Business
  • 21. Biogeography
  • 22. Biodiversity
  • 23. Children of U.S. Immigrants
  • 24. Social Anxiety Disorder
  • 25. First Generation College Students
  • 26. Kamkwamba Bio
  • 27. Bollywood
  • 1. The Stanford Prison Experiment
  • 2. Prison and Mental Illness
  • 3. Finding Atlantis
  • 4. The Arabian Peninsula
  • 5. Using the Sun's Energy
  • 6. The Scientific Method
  • 7. Ireland: A Divided Country
  • 8. Habitat Destruction
  • 9. An Eye For Design
  • 10. Sleep
  • 11. The Internet
  • 12. A Fight for Latin America
  • 13. Australia: Arid Climate, Rich Coast
  • 14. The Legend of Atlantis
  • 15. Violence in the Workplace
  • 16. A Billion People Strong
  • 17. Religious Freedom in the Colonies
  • 18. The Constitutional Convention
  • 19. Solving Problems in the Workplace
  • 20. Lives Changed By Computers
  • 21. Healthy Emotions=Healthy Parents
  • 22. A Country of Converging Landscapes
  • 23. Peter the Great of Russia
  • 24. Defining Civil Rights
  • 25. Women in the Workplace
  • 26. Reaction to Criticism: Dog vs. Man
  • 27. Asking for Help
  • 28. Levels of International Business
  • 29. Back to School at 40
  • 30. Social Networks and the Workplace
  • 1. Aron Ralston's Amazing Survival
  • 2. Collective Intelligence
  • 3. Drugs and Their Effects
  • 4. Alternative Schooling
  • 5. Social Aspects of Speech
  • 6. Understanding Relationships
  • 7. Prison Populations and Budgets
  • 8. Amusement vs Theme Parks
  • 9. Nonverbal Communication
  • 10. Constitutional Amendments
  • 11. Hazardous Wastes
  • 12. The Positive Greetings from Dogs
  • 13. Using the Experimental Method
  • 14. Advantages of Digital Photography
  • 15. Characteristics of the Planet Earth
  • 16. Serious Viruses
  • 17. Healthy vs. Unhealthy Joints
  • 18. Asian Immigration
  • 19. Stress Management
  • 20. Exposure to Bacteria
  • 21. Responsibilities of Managers
  • 22. Wealth and America's Resources
  • 1. Bidding on an Ebay Business
  • 2. An Ocean Without Sharks
  • 3. Social Expectations and Marriage
  • 4. Dying to Look Good
  • 5. National Drinking Age
  • 6. Ten Things Most Americans Believe
  • 7. All We Need is Love
  • 8. What We Say When We Can't Talk
  • 9. Prisons: The New Mental Institution
  • 10. Overcoming Shyness
  • 11. What We Pay to Marry
  • 12. A Religion of Inclusion and Respect
  • 13. Fashion Trends
  • 14. National Parks
  • 15. Nutrition Basics
  • 16. Women and Minorities in Politics
  • 17. Malcom McLean
  • 18. Holistic Health
  • 1. The Problem with Social Security
  • 2. A Punishing War
  • 3. Earthquakes in the East
  • 4. Here Comes the Cake
  • 5. Problem of Decreasing Resources
  • 6. Catering Industry
  • 7. Virtual World
  • 8. Green Living
  • 9. Folktales
  • 10. Gaming as Learning
  • 11. Telesymphony
  • 12. Locavores
  • 13. Fashion as Conceptual Art
  • 14. Mirages
  • 15. Animation
  • 16. PTSD
  • 17. Graphic Novels
  • 18. Medicare
  • 19. Technology and Reading
  • 20. Forensic Investigation
  • 1. Conflict Resolution
  • 2. Ethanol
  • 3. History of Stand-up Comedy
  • 4. Longevity and Optimism
  • 5. Neuromarketing
  • 6. Personality Profiling
  • 7. Piaget
  • 8. Singing Sand Dunes
  • 9. Svalbard Seed Vault
  • 10. Wikipedia
  • 11. Jimenez Bio
  • 12. Currency
  • 13. Caring for Elderly Parents
  • 14. Diabetes
  • 15. Early Literacy
  • 16. Csikszentmihalyi's Flow
  • 17. Body Language
  • 18. 2010 Gulf Oil Spill
  • 19. Stress
  • 20. Medical Tech
  • 1. Parts of Speech, Phrases, and Clauses
  • 2. Subjects and Verbs
  • 3. Nouns
  • 4. Pronouns
  • 5. Articles
  • 6. Verbs
  • 7. Tense
  • 8. Regular and Irregular Verbs
  • 9. Modifiers
  • 10. Adjectives and Adverbs
  • 11. Prepositions
  • 1. Sentence Structure
  • 2. Fragments
  • 3. Run-Ons
  • 4. Subject–Verb Agreement
  • 5. Consistent Verb Tense and Active Voice
  • 6. Pronoun Case
  • 7. Pronoun Reference and Point of View
  • 8. Pronoun–Antecedent Agreement
  • 9. Misplaced or Dangling Modifiers
  • 10. Parallelism
  • 11. Combining Sentences
  • 12. Transitions
  • 1. Commas
  • 2. Final Punctuation
  • 3. Quotation Marks
  • 4. Other Punctuation
  • 5. Apostrophes
  • 6. Abbreviations and Numbers
  • 7. Capitalization
  • 8. Spelling
  • 1. Standard and Nonstandard English
  • 2. Easily Confused Words
  • 3. Varying Sentence Structure
  • 4. Using Exact Language
  • 5. Vocabulary Development
  • 6. Biased and Sexist Language
  • 7. Redundancy and Wordiness
  • 8. Unnecessary Shifts
  • 1. Getting Started
  • 2. Purpose
  • 3. Audience
  • 4. Genre
  • 5. The Writing Process
  • 6. Prewriting
  • 7. Drafting
  • 8. Revising
  • 9. Editing
  • 10. Summary Writing
  • 1. Recognizing a Paragraph
  • 2. The Topic Sentence
  • 3. Developing and Organizing a Paragraph
  • 4. Revising the Paragraph
  • 5. Editing the Paragraph
  • 6. Paragraphs: Describing
  • 7. Paragraphs: Narrating
  • 8. Paragraphs: Illustrating
  • 9. Paragraphs: Process
  • 10. Paragraphs: Compare/Contrast
  • 11. Paragraphs: Division/Classification
  • 12. Paragraphs: Definition
  • 13. Paragraphs: Cause/Effect
  • 14. Paragraphs: Argument
  • 1. Recognizing the Essay
  • 2. Thesis Statement
  • 3. Essay Organization
  • 4. Essay Introductions, Conclusions, and Titles
  • 5. Revising the Essay
  • 6. Editing the Essay
  • 7. Essays: Describing
  • 8. Essays: Narrating
  • 9. Essays: Illustrating
  • 10. Essays: Process
  • 11. Essays: Compare/Contrast
  • 12. Essays: Division/Classification
  • 13. Essays: Definition
  • 14. Essays: Cause and Effect
  • 15. Essays: Argument
  • 1. Research Process
  • 2. Find Sources
  • 3. Evaluate Sources
  • 4. Avoid Plagiarism
  • 5. Paraphrasing to Avoid Plagiarism
  • 6. Integrate Sources
  • 7. Critical Thinking: Texts/Visuals
  • 8. Cite Sources Using MLS Style
  • 9. Cite Sources Using APA Style
  • 1. Capitalization and Punctuation
  • 2. Abbreviations, Signs, and Symbols
  • 3. Sentence Skills
  • 4. Vocabulary and Dictionary Skills
  • 1. Sentence Skills
  • 2. Paragraph Skills
  • 3. Patterns of Organization
  • 4. Scanning and Skimming
  • 5. Interpreting Non-prose
  • 6. Vocabulary and Dictionary Skills
  • 7. Combined Reading Strategies
  • 1. Previewing a Text
  • 2. Main Idea, Major Points, and Supporting Details
  • 3. Sentence Skills
  • 4. Patterns of Organization
  • 5. Interpreting Graphs and Charts
  • 6. Fact and Opinion
  • 7. Inferences and Conclusions
  • 8. Vocabulary and Dictionary Skills
  • 1. Sentence Skills
  • 2. Previewing, Skimming and Scanning
  • 3. Main Idea and Supporting Details
  • 4. Patterns of Organization
  • 5. Critical Thinking
  • 6. Advanced Reading and Study Skills
  • 7. Vocabulary and Dictionary Skills
  • 1. Community and Family: Greetings and Questions
  • 2. Community and Family: Commands and Instructions
  • 3. Around Town: Simple Phrases
  • 1. Meeting People: Listening for the Topic
  • 2. Family: Listening for the Main Idea
  • 3. School: Listening for Reasons
  • 4. Occupations: Listening for Details
  • 5. Places around Town: Following Directions
  • 6. Daily Routines: Identifying Time Order
  • 1. Home: Listening for the Main Idea, Details, and Examples
  • 2. Food: Listening for Directions, Instructions, and Sequence
  • 3. Transportation: Listening for Directions, Instructions, and Sequence
  • 4. Entertainment: Listening for the Main Idea and Examples
  • 5. Free Time: Listening for the Main Idea and Examples
  • 6. Travel: Listening for Directions, Instructions, and Sequence
  • 1. A Healthy Lifestyle: Listening for Opinions
  • 2. Places and Cultures: Listening for Inferences
  • 3. Celebrations: Listening for Opinions
  • 4. Plans and Goals: Listening for Inferences
  • 5. Technology: Listening for Opinions
  • 6. Environment: Listening for Inferences
  • 1. Connecting with Others: Listening for Inferences and Reasons
  • 2. Personalities: Listening for Inferences and Cause and Effect
  • 3. Taking Risks: Listening for Inferences and Reasons
  • 4. Animals in Danger: Listening for Inferences and Cause and Effect
  • 5. Challenges: Listening for Inferences and Reasons
  • 6. Customs: Listening for Inferences and Cause and Effect
  • 1. New Developments: Differentiating between Fact and Opinion
  • 2. Alternative Living: Recognizing Arguments and Counter-arguments
  • 3. The Future: Differentiating between Fact and Opinion
  • 4. Consumerism: Recognizing Arguments and Counter-arguments
  • 5. Consequences: Differentiating between Fact and Opinion
  • 6. Youth Culture: Recognizing Arguments and Counter-arguments
  • 1. Sentence Structure
  • 2. Nouns
  • 3. Pronouns
  • 4. Adjectives
  • 5. Prepositional Phrases
  • 6. Simple Present
  • 7. Present Progressive
  • 8. Simple Past
  • 9. Simple Future
  • 1. Simple and Compound Sentences
  • 2. Complex Sentences
  • 3. Wh- Questions
  • 4. Nouns
  • 5. Pronouns and Possessive Adjectives
  • 6. Adverbs
  • 7. Prepositional Phrases
  • 8. Simple Present and Present Progressive
  • 9. Simple Past
  • 10. Simple Future
  • 11. Common Modals
  • 1. Sentence Types
  • 2. Nouns
  • 3. Pronouns
  • 4. Simple Tenses
  • 5. Simple Past and Past Progressive
  • 6. Common Modals
  • 1. Either/Neither, So/Too
  • 2. Adjective Clauses
  • 3. Gerunds and Infinitives
  • 4. Past Participle
  • 5. Comparative and Superlative
  • 6. Intensifiers
  • 7. Present Perfect
  • 1. Adjective Clauses and Phrases
  • 2. Adverb Clauses and Phrases
  • 3. Subordinating Conjunctions and Adverbial Conjunctions
  • 4. Parallelism
  • 5. Past Perfect
  • 6. Future Perfect
  • 7. Passive Voice
  • 8. Simple Past Modals
  • 1. Noun Clauses
  • 2. Paired Connectors
  • 3. Conditionals and Subjunctive/Causative
  • 4. Determiners
  • 5. Pronoun Agreement
  • 6. Simple Past Modals
  • 7. Past Perfect Progressive and Present Perfect Progressive
  • 1. Counting and Comparing
  • 2. Add Single-Digit Whole Numbers
  • 3. Subtract Single-Digit Whole Numbers
  • 4. Counting and Applications
  • 5. Add and Subtract Two- and Three-Digit Numbers
  • 6. Multiply Numbers Through 12
  • 1. Reading and Writing Whole Numbers
  • 2. Comparing and Rounding Whole Numbers
  • 3. Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers
  • 4. Multiplying Whole Numbers
  • 5. Dividing Whole Numbers
  • 6. Estimate by Rounding
  • 7. Exponents and Roots
  • 8. The Order of Operations
  • 9. Factors of Whole Numbers
  • 1. Basics of Fractions
  • 2. Basics of Mixed Numbers
  • 3. Writing a Fraction in Lowest Terms
  • 4. Equivalent Fractions
  • 5. Multiplying Fractions
  • 6. Dividing Fractions
  • 7. Adding and Subtracting Like Fractions
  • 8. Least Common Multiples and Least Common Denominator
  • 9. Adding and Subtracting Unlike Fractions
  • 10. Exponents and Roots
  • 11. The Order of Operations and Complex Fractions
  • 1. Reading and Writing Decimals
  • 2. Comparing and Rounding Decimals
  • 3. Adding and Subtracting Decimals
  • 4. Multiplying Decimals
  • 5. Dividing Decimals
  • 6. Writing Fractions and Decimals
  • 1. Introduction to Integers, Opposites, and Absolute Value
  • 2. Adding Integers
  • 3. Subtracting Integers
  • 4. Multiplying and Dividing Integers
  • 5. Introduction to Expressions
  • 6. Introduction to Inequalities
  • 7. Introduction to Equations
  • 8. Real Numbers and the Number Line
  • 9. Calculating with Real Numbers
  • 10. Properties of Real Numbers
  • 11. Simplifying Expressions
  • 1. Ratios
  • 2. Rates
  • 3. Proportions
  • 4. Basics of Percent: Decimals
  • 5. Basics of Percent: Fractions
  • 6. Understanding and Using the Percent Proportion
  • 7. Using the Percent Equation
  • 8. Solving Word Problems with Percent
  • 9. Simple Interest
  • 1. U.S. Customary Units
  • 2. The Metric System: Length
  • 3. The Metric System: Capacity and Mass
  • 4. Metric and U.S. Customary Conversion
  • 5. Temperature
  • 6. Significant Digits
  • 1. Review of Expressions
  • 2. Solving Linear Equations in One Variable
  • 3. More on Solving Linear Equations in One Variable
  • 4. Formulas
  • 5. Solving Linear Inequalities
  • 6. Set Operations and Compound Inequalities
  • 7. Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities
  • 1. The Rectangular Coordinate System
  • 2. Graphing Linear Equations
  • 3. The Distance and Midpoint Formulas
  • 4. Intercepts
  • 5. The Slope of a Line
  • 6. Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
  • 7. Equations of Lines
  • 8. Graphing Linear Equations Using Slope
  • 9. Graphing Linear Inequalities in Two Variables
  • 1. Lines and Angles
  • 2. Plane Figures
  • 3. Perimeter and Area
  • 4. Circles
  • 5. Working with Perimeter, Circumference, and Area
  • 6. Space Figures
  • 7. Surface Area
  • 8. Volume
  • 9. Working With Surface Area and Volume
  • 1. The Pythagorean Theorem
  • 2. Congruent and Similar Figures
  • 3. Congruent and Similar Triangles
  • 4. Translations
  • 5. Reflections
  • 6. Rotations
  • 7. Symmetry
  • 8. Dilations
  • 9. Compositions of Reflections
  • 1. Types of Data
  • 2. Sample Data
  • 3. Tables and Pictographs
  • 4. Circle Graphs and Scatterplots
  • 5. Bar Graphs and Line Graphs
  • 6. Frequency Distributions, Histograms, and Stem-and-Leaf Displays
  • 7. Mean and Weighted Mean
  • 8. Median and Mode
  • 9. Box-and-Whisker Plots and the 5-Number Summary
  • 10. Variance and Standard Deviation
  • 1. Introduction to Functions
  • 2. Linear Functions
  • 3. Absolute Value Functions
  • 4. Graphing Absolute Value Functions or Inequalities
  • 1. Introduction to Polynomials
  • 2. Adding and Subtracting Polynomials
  • 3. The Product Rule and Power Rules for Exponents
  • 4. Multiplying a Monomial and a Polynomial
  • 5. Multiplying Binomials
  • 6. Multiplying Polynomials
  • 7. Special Products
  • 8. Integer Exponents and the Quotient Rule
  • 9. Dividing a Polynomial by a Monomial
  • 10. Dividing a Polynomial by a Polynomial
  • 11. Scientific Notation
  • 1. Factoring the Greatest Common Factor
  • 2. Factoring Trinomials of the Form x^2+bx+c
  • 3. Factoring Trinomials of the Form ax^2+bx+c
  • 4. Factoring Special Cases
  • 5. Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring
  • 1. The Fundamental Property of Rational Expressions
  • 2. Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions
  • 3. Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions
  • 4. Simplify Complex Fractions
  • 5. Solving Rational Equations
  • 6. Rational Functions
  • 7. Graphing Rational Functions
  • 8. Variation
  • 1. Systems of Linear Equations by Graphing
  • 2. Systems of Linear Equations by Substitution
  • 3. Systems of Linear Equations by Elimination
  • 4. Systems of Linear Equations by Any Method
  • 5. Systems of Linear Inequalities
  • 6. Systems of Linear Equations in Three Variables
  • 7. Solving Systems of Linear Equations by Matrix Methods
  • 8. Properties of Matrices
  • 9. Matrix Inverses
  • 10. Determinants and Cramer's Rule
  • 1. Introduction to Roots and Radicals
  • 2. Product and Quotient Rules for Radicals
  • 3. Adding and Subtracting Radicals
  • 4. Rationalizing the Denominator
  • 5. More Simplifying and Operations with Radicals
  • 6. Solving Equations Containing Radicals
  • 7. Square Root and Cube Root Functions
  • 8. Graphing Square Root and Cube Root Functions
  • 1. Using the Square Root Property to Solve Quadratic Equations
  • 2. Completing the Square to Solve Quadratic Equations
  • 3. Using the Quadratic Formula to Solve Quadratic Equations
  • 4. Quadratic Inequalities
  • 5. Introduction to Complex Numbers
  • 6. Using Complex Numbers
  • 7. Solving Quadratic Equations with Complex Solutions
  • 8. Using the Quadratic Formula (with Complex Solutions)
  • 9. Quadratic Functions
  • 10. Graphs of Quadratic Functions
  • 11. Systems of Quadratic Equations and Inequalities
  • 1. Piecewise Functions
  • 2. Even and Odd Functions
  • 3. Transformations of Functions: Vertical and Horizontal Shifts
  • 4. Transformations of Functions: Reflections
  • 5. Transformations of Functions: Stretching and Shrinking
  • 6. Combinations of Functions
  • 7. Composite Functions
  • 8. Inverse Functions
  • 1. Exponential Functions
  • 2. Graphs of Exponential Functions
  • 3. Logarithmic Functions
  • 4. Natural Logarithms
  • 5. Graphs of Logarithmic Functions
  • 6. Properties of Logarithms
  • 7. Solving Exponential Equations
  • 8. Solving Logarithmic Equations
  • 9. Exponential Growth and Decay
  • 10. Compound Interest
  • 1. Infinite Sequences
  • 2. Factorials and Summation Notation
  • 3. Arithmetic Sequences
  • 4. Geometric Sequences
  • 5. Arithmetic Series
  • 6. Geometric Series
  • 1. The Binomial Theorem
  • 2. Permutations and Combinations
  • 3. Introduction to Probability
  • 4. Empirical Probability
  • 5. Probability of Independent Events and Dependent Events
  • 6. Probability of Mutually Exclusive Events and Overlapping Events
  • 7. Conditional Probability
  • 8. Binomial Distributions
  • 9. Normal Distributions
  • 1. Introduction to Angles
  • 2. Angles and Radian Measure
  • 3. Arcs
  • 4. Right Triangle Trigonometry
  • 5. Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle
  • 6. Trigonometric Functions of Real Numbers; Periodic Functions
  • 7. Fundamental Trigonometric Identities
  • 8. Graphs of the Sine and Cosine Functions
  • 9. Graphs of the Tangent and Cotangent Functions
  • 10. Graphs of the Cosecant and Secant Functions
  • 11. Inverse Trigonometric Functions
  • 1. Verifying Trigonometric Identities
  • 2. Sum and Difference Formulas
  • 3. Double-Angle, Power-Reducing, and Half-Angle Formulas
  • 4. Product-to-Sum and Sum-to-Product Formulas
  • 5. Trigonometric Equations
  • 6. The Laws of Sines and Cosines
  • 7. Vectors
  • 1. Circles
  • 2. The Ellipse
  • 3. The Hyperbola
  • 4. The Parabola
  • 5. Systems of Nonlinear Equations in Two Variables
  • 6. Rotation of Axes
  • 7. Parametric Equations
  • 8. Conic Sections in Polar Coordinates
  • 1. Time Management
  • 2. Coping with Stress and Anxiety
  • 3. Concentrating When You Read and Study
  • 4. Getting the Most from Your Reading
  • 5. Rehearsal Strategies
  • 6. Effective Note Taking
  • 7. Studying Smarter: Studying in the Disciplines
  • 8. Preparing for and Taking Exams
  • 1. Eliminating Incorrect Choices
  • 2. Identifying Word Elements
  • 3. Using the Right Tools
  • 4. Looking for Patterns
  • 5. Understanding Graphs and Graphics
  • 6. Using Word Clues
  • 7. Breaking Down Problems
  • 8. Using Mnemonics
  • 1. Computer Basics
  • 2. Entering and Managing Information
  • 3. Internet Navigation
  • 4. Using Word Processors for Writing
  • 1. Letter and Word Recognition
  • 2. Vocabulary
  • 3. Graphics and Visuals
  • 4. Pre-Reading
  • 5. Active Reading
  • 1. Pre-Reading
  • 2. Active Reading
  • 3. Context Clues and Vocabulary
  • 4. Main Idea
  • 5. Graphics and Visuals

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