Saturday, April 1, 2006

Online Mathematics Library

Need help brushing up on your math skills for an economics or social science study? What's the difference between "mean," "median" and "mode"? Visit the Empire State College Online Mathematics Library at (it is also linked from the library home page in the middle column under "Learning Resources.") Here you will find a wide variety of math resources and tutorials geared to the adult learner. Browse by math topics ranging from everyday math to algebra, geometry, calculus and statistics, or find a site that explains a particular concept by using the keyword search feature. All resources have brief descriptions and icons indicating their content (practice exercises, multimedia, readings, reference materials or calculators) so you can select the tool that best meets your information need and learning style.

Part of the Online Mathematics Library home page:part of the Online Math Library main page

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