University of Michigan Math Prep Module

How does all this work?

There are two parts to it: the explanatory material, and the practice test unit, which runs the section and diagnostic tests.
  1. If you know what areas you want to review, you should start by reading through that section of the explanatory material. There are example problems at the end of most sections; after working through a section, try the section test to confirm your understanding.
  2. If you're not sure where to start, take the Diagnostic Test to get a sense of what sections of you should review. (After grading the test, click "show solutions" and then "check test" to get diagnostic feedback.)
  3. Or, just browse through the sections to see what you should spend time on.

Table of Contents

Use this to browse through the sections of the tutorial and pick sections you want or need to work on (click "test" to take the section test):

  1. Exponents (test)
  2. Multiplying (test)
  3. Factoring (test)
  4. Fractions (test)
  5. Changing the Form of Expressions (test)
  6. Logarithms (test)
  7. Solving Equations (test)
  8. Solving Inequalities (test)
 
  1. Setting up Functions (test)
  2. Function Notation (test)
  3. Combining Evaluation, Graphing and Solving (test)
  4. Function Composition (test)
  5. Recognizing Functions (test)
  6. Graphs, Formulas and Values to Memorize (test)

Diagnostic Test
(After grading the test, click "show solutions" and then "check test" to get diagnostic feedback.)


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