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MyLab Foundational: Skills�for Integrated Reading and Writing, 1st edition

  • PEARSON EDUCATION

Published by Pearson (March 1st 2014) - Copyright © 2015

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Overview

For various Models of Implementation such as bridge programs, placement test prep, developmental course redesign, contextualized instruction, grant initiatives and more. .

 

MyFoundationsLab for Integrated Reading and Writing is a complete, online mastery-based resource for assessing and building basic skills. It is designed for programs that teach reading and writing as related, integrated competencies.  It offers a single Path Builder and learning path for reading and English, and individual modules include both reading and writing content. Mathematics is also included. All content is easily customizable to the specific objectives of your program.

Table of contents

Go to http://www.myfoundationslab.com for up-to-date content information for any MyFoundationsLab versions.

 

MyFoundationsLab for Integrated Reading and Writing Modules/Topics

Sample Path Builders (ie. - Correlations) are available upon request for: ACCUPLACER, ACT, Brady, CASHEE, Compass, GED, PERT(FL), TABE, and THEA (TX). 

 

MODULE RW1. Introduction to Reading and Writing

 1. Active Reading: Fundamentals

 2. Active Reading: Introductory

 3. Active Reading: Intermediate

 4. Active Reading: Advanced

 5. Vocabulary Development: Fundamentals

 6. Vocabulary Development: Introductory

 7. Vocabulary Development: Intermediate

 8. Vocabulary Development: Advanced

 9. Read and Learn from Textbooks: Introductory

 10. Read and Learn from Textbooks: Intermediate

 11. Read and Learn from Textbooks: Advanced

 12. Annotate and Highlight: Introductory

 13. Annotate and Highlight: Intermediate

 14. Annotate and Highlight: Advanced

 15. Outline and Map: Fundamentals

 16. Outline and Map: Introductory

 17. Outline and Map: Intermediate

 18. Outline and Map: Advanced

 19. Summarize and Paraphrase: Fundamentals

 20. Summarize and Paraphrase: Introductory

 21. Summarize and Paraphrase: Intermediate

 22. Summarize and Paraphrase: Advanced

 23. The Craft of Writing: Getting Started

 24. Overview of the Writing Process

 25. Prewriting

 

 MODULE RW2. Reading, Writing, and Organizing Paragraphs

 1. Recognize the Structure of a Paragraph

 2. Identify the Topic and Main Idea of a Paragraph: Fundamentals

 3. Identify the Topic and Main Idea of a Paragraph: Introductory

 4. Identify the Topic and Main Idea of a Paragraph: Intermediate

 5. Identify the Topic and Main Idea of a Paragraph: Advanced

 6. Write an Effective Topic Sentence

 7. Identify Supporting Details: Fundamentals

 8. Identify Supporting Details: Introductory

 9. Identify Supporting Details: Intermediate

 10. Identify Supporting Details: Advanced

 11. Develop and Organize Supporting Details

 12. Determine Implied Main Idea: Introductory

 13. Determine Implied Main Idea: Intermediate

 14. Determine Implied Main Idea: Advanced

 15. Revise a Paragraph

 16. Edit a Paragraph

 17. Write Descriptive Paragraphs

 18. Write Narrative Paragraphs

 19. Read Example Paragraphs: Introductory

 20. Read Example Paragraphs: Intermediate

 21. Read Example Paragraphs: Advanced

 22. Write Example Paragraphs

 23. Read Time Order Paragraphs: Introductory

 24. Read Time Order Paragraphs: Intermediate

 25. Read Time Order Paragraphs: Advanced

 26. Read Process Paragraphs: Introductory

 27. Read Process Paragraphs: Intermediate

 28. Read Process Paragraphs: Advanced

 29. Write Process Paragraphs

 30. Read Comparison Paragraphs: Introductory

 31. Read Contrast Paragraphs: Introductory

 32. Read Comparison and Contrast Paragraphs: Intermediate

 33. Read Comparison and Contrast Paragraphs: Advanced

 34. Write Comparison and Contrast Paragraphs

 35. Read Division and Classification Paragraphs: Introductory

 36. Read Division and Classification Paragraphs: Intermediate

 37. Read Division and Classification Paragraphs: Advanced

 38. Write Division and Classification Paragraphs

 39. Read Definition Paragraphs: Introductory

 40. Read Definition Paragraphs: Intermediate

 41. Read Definition Paragraphs: Advanced

 42. Write Definition Paragraphs

 43. Read Cause and Effect Paragraphs: Introductory

 44. Read Cause and Effect Paragraphs: Intermediate

 45. Read Cause and Effect Paragraphs: Advanced

 46. Write Cause and Effect Paragraphs

 

 MODULE RW3. Reading and Writing Essays

 1. Understand the Structure of an Essay

 2. Write Thesis Statements and Body Paragraphs

 3. Organize an Essay

 4. Write Introductions, Conclusions, and Titles

 5. Revise an Essay

 6. Edit an Essay

 7. Read Multi-Pattern Essays: Introductory

 8. Read Multi-Pattern Essays: Intermediate

 9. Read Multi-Pattern Essays: Advanced

 10. Write Descriptive Essays

 11. Write Narrative Essays

 12. Write Example Essays

 13. Write Process Essays

 14. Write Comparison and Contrast Essays

 15. Write Division and Classification Essays

 16. Write Definition Essays

 17. Write Cause and Effect Essays

 

 MODULE RW4. Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing

 1. Read and Interpret Graphics and Visuals: Fundamentals

 2. Read and Interpret Graphics and Visuals: Introductory

 3. Read and Interpret Graphics and Visuals: Intermediate

 4. Read and Interpret Graphics and Visuals: Advanced

 5. Make Inferences: Introductory

 6. Make Inferences: Intermediate

 7. Make Inferences: Advanced

 8. Assess Purpose, Tone, and Bias: Introductory

 9. Assess Purpose, Tone, and Bias: Intermediate

 10. Assess Purpose, Tone, and Bias: Advanced

 11. Read and Evaluate Arguments: Introductory

 12. Read and Evaluate Arguments: Intermediate

 13. Read and Evaluate Arguments: Advanced

 14. Write Argument Paragraphs

 15. Write Argument Essays

 16. Respond to Text and Visuals

 

 MODULE RW5. Reading and Writing from Sources

 1. Overview of the Research Process

 2. Find Sources

 3. Evaluate Sources

 4. Integrate Sources

 5. Avoid Plagiarism

 6. Cite Sources Using MLA Style

 7. Cite Sources Using APA Style

 

 MODULE RW6. Handbook

 1. Parts of Speech: Nouns

 2. Parts of Speech: Pronouns

 3. Parts of Speech: Articles

 4. Parts of Speech: Verbs

 5. Parts of Speech: Regular and Irregular Verbs

 6. Parts of Speech: Modifiers

 7. Parts of Speech: Adjectives and Adverbs

 8. Parts of Speech: Prepositions

 9. Parts of Sentences: Phrases and Clauses

 10. Parts of Sentences: Subjects and Verbs

 11. Parts of Sentences: Sentence Structure

 12. Parts of Sentences: Varying Sentence Structure

 13. Identify and Correct Sentence Errors: Fragments

 14. Identify and Correct Sentence Errors: Run-ons

 15. Identify and Correct Sentence Errors: Tense

 16. Identify and Correct Sentence Errors: Consistent Verb Tense and Active Voice

 17. Identify and Correct Sentence Errors: Subject-Verb Agreement

 18. Identify and Correct Sentence Errors: Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement

 19. Identify and Correct Sentence Errors: Pronoun Reference and Point of View

 20. Identify and Correct Sentence Errors: Pronoun Case

 21. Write Effective Sentences: Misplaced or Dangling Modifiers

 22. Write Effective Sentences: Parallelism

 23. Write Effective Sentences: Unnecessary Shifts

 24. Write Effective Sentences: Combining Sentences

 25. Write Effective Sentences: Redundancy and Wordiness

 26. Use Punctuation Correctly: Final Punctuation

 27. Use Punctuation Correctly: Commas

 28. Use Punctuation Correctly: Other Punctuation

 29. Use Punctuation Correctly: Apostrophes

 30. Use Punctuation Correctly: Quotation Marks

 31. Manage Mechanics and Spelling: Capitalization

 32. Manage Mechanics and Spelling: Abbreviations and Numbers

 33. Manage Mechanics and Spelling: Spelling

 34. Usage and Style: Standard and Nonstandard English

 35. Usage and Style: Easily Confused Words

 36. Usage and Style: Using Exact Language

 

 MODULE L1. 400 Level

 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

 

 MODULE L2. 500 Level

 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

 

 MODULE L3. 600 Level

 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 Thief

 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

 

 MODULE L4. 700 Level

 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

 

 MODULE L5. 800 Level

 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

 

 MODULE L6. 900 Level

 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

 

 MODULE L7. 1000 Level

 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

 

 MODULE L8. 1100 Level

 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

 

 MODULE L9. 1200 Level

 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

 

 MODULE L10. 1300 Level

 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

 

 MODULE L11. 1400 Level

 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

 

 MODULE G1. Grammar Skills: Level 1

 1. Sentence Structure

 2. Nouns

 3. Pronouns

 4. Adjectives

 5. Prepositional Phrases

 6. Simple Present

 7. Present Progressive

 8. Simple Past

 9. Simple Future

 

 MODULE G2. Grammar Skills: Level 2

 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

 

 MODULE G3. Grammar Skills: Level 3

 1. Sentence Types

 2. Nouns

 3. Pronouns

 4. Simple Tenses

 5. Simple Past and Past Progressive

 6. Common Modals

 

 MODULE G4. Grammar Skills: Level 4

 1. Either/Neither, So/Too

 2. Adjective Clauses

 3. Gerunds and Infinitives

 4. Past Participle

 5. Comparative and Superlative

 6. Intensifiers

 7. Present Perfect

 

 MODULE G5. Grammar Skills: Level 5

 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

 

 MODULE G6. Grammar Skills: Level 6

 1. Noun Clauses

 2. Paired Connectors

 3. Conditionals and Subjunctive/Causative

 4. Determiners

 5. Pronoun Agreement

 6. Simple Past Modals

 

 MODULE M1. Whole Numbers

 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

 

 MODULE M2. Fractions and Mixed 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

 

 MODULE M3. Decimals

 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

 

 MODULE M4. Introduction to Algebra and the Real Number System

 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

 

 MODULE M5. Ratio, Proportion, and Percent

 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

 

 MODULE M6. Measurement and Significant Digits

 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

 

 MODULE M7. Linear Equations and Inequalities; Absolute Value

 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

 

 MODULE M8. Introduction to Graphing

 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

 

 MODULE M9. Geometry: Part I

 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

 

 MODULE M10. Geometry: Part II

 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

 

 MODULE M11. Data and Statistics

 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

 

 MODULE M12. Introduction to Functions

 1. Introduction to Functions

 2. Linear Functions

 3. Absolute Value Functions

 4. Graphing Absolute Value Functions or Inequalities

 

 MODULE M13. Exponents and Polynomials

 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

 

 MODULE M14. Factoring Polynomials

 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

 

 MODULE M15. Rational Expressions and Functions

 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

 

 MODULE M16. Systems and Matrices

 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

 

 MODULE M17. Roots and Radicals

 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

 

 MODULE M18. Quadratic Equations and Inequalities; Complex Numbers

 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

 

 MODULE M19. Functions and Transformations

 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

 

 MODULE M20. Exponential and Logarithmic 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

 

 MODULE M21. Sequences and Series

 1. Infinite Sequences

 2. Factorials and Summation Notation

 3. Arithmetic Sequences

 4. Geometric Sequences

 5. Arithmetic Series

 6. Geometric Series

 

 MODULE M22. Counting, Probability, and Distributions

 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

 

 MODULE M23. Trigonometric Functions

 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

 

 MODULE M24. Additional Trigonometry Topics

 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

 

 MODULE SS1. Study Skills

 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

 

 MODULE SS2. Math-Reading Connections

 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

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