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Elementary Algebra

This text provides students with the ability to translate math problems described in words into mathematical equations, as well as the knowledge necessary to solve the equations and understand the answers.

Intermediate Algebra

Expanding on the fundamental concepts of algebra, this text is created to follow a one semester course on intermediate algebra.

Concepts in Calculus I

Written by Miklos Bona and Sergei Shabanov, the University of Florida Department of Mathematics provides first volume in a three volume presentation of calculus from a concepts perspective.

College Trigonometry

Chapters 10 and 11 of the College PreCalculus, covering the basics of trigonometry, this book was published under the creative commons license and written by Carl Stitz and Jeff Zeager.

Introductory to Statistics

This text written by Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean focuses on statistical application and is geared towards students not majoring in mathematics or engineering. The text assumes some knowledge of mathematics and intermediate algebra.

Active Calculus

Active Calculus is a free, open-source calculus text created by Matthew Boelkins and endorsed by the American Institute of Mathematics. 

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