Resource Guide for
the
WTAMU College Algebra
Website
This resource guide contains an annotated list of
linked sites that
were used to help create and add depth to this intermediate algebra
website
as well as the books that were used as resources. The links
contain information about various College algebra topics as well as
some
math comics to add humor to the already stressful event of taking a
math
class or test. We wanted to create another source of help for
students
wanting to succeed in their math classes. 
List of Linked Algebra Sites

http://www.purplemath.com/
This website has tutorials on various beginning
and intermediate algebra
topics. It also contains some advanced algebra material. We
link to several webpages from this site. 

http://www.math.com/
This website has tutorials in several areas in
math including algebra.
We link to several webpages from this site. 

http://www.mathpower.com/
This website provides information about basic
math, algebra, study
skills, and math anxiety. We link to several webpages from this
site. 

http://www.aquiz.com/
This website has tutorials on various college
algebra topics.
We link to several webpages from this site. 

List of Linked Sites of Free
Tutorial Services
for WTAMU Students on Campus

List of Math Book Sources

College Algebra, second edition, by Robert Blitzer,
Prentice Hall Publishing
Company.
Introductory Mathematical Analysis for Busines,
Economics, and the Life
and Social Sciences, tenth edition, by Ernest Hauessler, Jr. and
Richard
S. Paul, Prentice Hall Publishing Company.

Note that these books were used only as a
resource. Nothing was
photocopied from it. All equations, expressions, math symbols and
graphs at this website were created by Kim Seward using Equation
Editor,
Microsoft Image Composer, and Visio 2000. 
All contents copyright (C) 2002  2008, WTAMU and Kim Seward. All rights reserved.
Last revised on Jan. 23, 2005 by Kim Seward. 