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Virtual Math Lab

Guide to WTAMU Beginning Algebra
Online Tutorial Website


 

 Acknowledgments

This site is brought to you by West Texas A&M University (WTAMU).  It was created by Kim Seward with the assistance of Jennifer Puckett.  It is currently being maintained by Kim Seward.

WTAMU Students that have worked on the VML over the years: Jennifer Puckett, Virginia Williams Trice, Tim Leeper and Alexandra Balarezo.
 
 
 

 Disclaimer

All contents of the WTAMU Intermediate Algebra Tutorial are copyrighted (C) 2001 - 2011, by WTAMU and Kim Seward. All rights reserved. 

WTAMU and Kim Seward are not responsible for how a student does on any test or any class for any reason including not being able to access the website due to any technology problems. We cannot guarantee that you will pass your math class after you go through this website. However, it will definitely help you to better understand the topics covered.

Throughout this website, we link to various outside sources.  WTAMU and Kim Seward do not have any ownership to any of these outside websites and cannot give you permission to make any kind of copies of anything found at any of these websites that we link to.  It is purely for you to link to for information or fun as you go through the study session.  Each of these websites have a copy right clause that you need to read carefully if you are wanting to do anything other than go to the website and read it.  We discourage any illegal use of the webpages found at these sites.

 
 

 Links in the Tutorials

All the text links (links that have not been activated yet) in every tutorial at this site are underlined and maroon.  If you have used a link and come back to that page, then the link will be underlined and gray.  Either way, when you come to an underlined word or phrase and you want to go to it, just click on it.  Note that you will need to click on your back arrow located at the top left part of the menu bar of your internet window to get back to where you were in our website before you clicked on the link.
 
 
 

 Each Tutorial has the 
Following Sections in it

(To get the most out of each tutorial, make sure that you go through every section on that page.)

 

 

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The Learning Objectives is where you will find a list of all the specific topics that are covered on that page.

 

 

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The Introduction will give you a synopsis of what you will find in the tutorial.  It also includes a math comic to add a little humor to your visit.

 

 

desk Tutorial


 
  
The Tutorial section contains definitions, formulas, illustrations and step-by-step examples of the topics covered in that tutorial.


 

desk Practice Problems


    
The Practice Problems give you problems that you can work on and provides links to the answers to those problems.

 

 

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The Need Extra Help On These Topics section gives links to other websites that can help you with the topics that were covered on that page.  It also reminds you of other ways that you can get help.


 

 Practice Tests

 
You may have noticed on the Beginning Algebra Homepage that there are several practice tests at this site.  Each practice test goes with a group of tutorials.  It gives you a chance to check to make sure that you understand the material covered in those tutorials.  At the end of each practice test you will find a link to its answer key.

 

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Last revised on August 7, 2011 by Kim Seward.
All contents copyright (C) 2001 - 2011, WTAMU and Kim Seward. All rights reserved.