The Math Learning Center, is located in the Johnson Center, Room 344. We offer two programs designed to prepare students for their required math courses. The Basic Math Program refreshes skills needed for success in Math 106, Math 110. The Algebra Program prepares students for Math 105, Math 108, or Math 125 and is offered in an online environment. Program descriptions are listed below.
After enrolling in one of the programs, Math 008 or Math 006 should appear on your Blackboard Course List. (go to http://mymason.gmu.edu). Once you have the course on your blackboard you can start working on the program right away. You have up to one year to complete the program.
Upon passing the program students are permitted to take the appropriate course. Alternatively, students must pass the Mathematics Placement Test to register for these courses. For more information, see Mathematics Placement Test. Students will not receive college credit for this program.
Basic Math Program (Math 006)
Prepares students to take Math 110 – Introductory Probability
Text: Basic Mathematics with Early Integers
by Charles P. McKeague, XYZtextbooks.com, 2011
The textbook is offered in hard copy or ebook and can be purchased either online or at our campus bookstore. For more specific information see the Math 006 website on Blackboard.
Homework: The online homework system that accompanies the textbook is XYZHomework.com. Information about registering and using XYZHomework is available on the Math 006 website on Blackboard.
Module R –Whole Numbers
Module 1 – Introduction to Algebra
Module 2 – Fractions 1: Multiplication and Division
Module 3 - Fractions 2: Addition and Multiplication
Module 4- Decimals
Module 5 – Ratio and Proportion
Module 6 - Percent
Module 7 - Measurement
Module 8 – Solving Equations
Algebra Program (Math 008)
Prepares students to take Math105 - PreCalculus, Math108 - Business Calculus, or Math 125 - Discrete Math
Text: Introductory Algebra: Concepts with Applications
by Charles P. McKeague, XYZtextbooks.com, 2012
The textbook is offered in hard copy or ebook and can be purchased either online or at our campus bookstore. For more specific information see the Math 008 website on Blackboard.
Homework: The online homework system that accompanies the textbook is XYZHomework.com. Information about registering and using XYZHomework is available on the Math 008 website on Blackboard.
Module 1 -Real Numbers and Algebraic Expressions
Module 2 - Linear Equations and Inequalities
Module 3 - Graphing Linear Equations and Inequalities
Module 4 - Exponents and Polynomials
Module 5- Factoring Polynomials
Module 6 - Rational Expressions
Module 7 - Systems of Linear Equations
Module 8 - Radical Expressions and Equations
Module 9 - Quadratic Equations and Functions
Summer 2016 Semester
May16 - July 28
|Monday - Thursday||2:00pm - 7:00pm|
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