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 Under the areas,you need to go to all the links that are under each topic togetthe full benefit.  Under the algebra area,there is a lotof overlapping between the different levels (beginning, intermediate,andcollege) of tutorials.  Find the algebra level that agreeswithyou most and do all of the tutorials under that level.  If youstart below college level algebra, make sure that you make your wayup through college algebra before you take the GRE general test. When you are done with a tutorial, you can come backto this webpageby clicking on the back arrow link marked GRE Math Help Page found onthetop left corner of the tutorial page OR clicking on the back arrow onthetop left of your Internet window until you are back to this page.

 Arithmetic

 The first area that we will be looking at isarithmetic.  Youknow, fun things like making sure you have the negative in the rightplaceand remembering when you have to find the common denominator of yourfractions. Don't worry, I have the utmost confidence that youwill do much better with arithmetic than Calvin. SPECIALNOTE:  You need to go to all the links that are under each topic forarithmetic to get the full benefit.    The arithmetic area covers:

 Integers, Ordering and the RealNumber Line, AbsoluteValue, Fractions, and Decimals BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 2: Symbolsand Sets of Numbers

 This tutorial covers: sets elements equal and inequality signs various sets of numbers  including integers and real numbers Order Property for Real Numbers absolute value of a number IntermediateAlgebra Tutorial 3: Setsof Numbers

 This tutorial covers: BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 3: Fractions

 This tutorial covers: numerators and denominators of a fraction the prime factorization of a number simplifying a fraction finding the least common denominator of given fractions multiplying, dividing, adding and subtracting fractions BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 5: AddingReal Numbers

 This tutorial covers: adding real numbers finding the additive inverse or the opposite of a number Keep in mind that real numbers include integers, fractions and decimalsas well as other types of numbers. BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 6: SubtractingReal Numbers

 This tutorial covers: subtracting real numbers Keep in mind that real numbers include integers, fractions and decimalsas well as other types of numbers. BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 7: Multiplyingand Dividing Real Numbers

 This tutorial covers: finding the reciprocal of a number multiplying and dividing real numbers multiplying by zero the fact that dividing by zero is undefined Keep in mind that real numbers include integers, fractions and decimalsas well as other types of numbers.

 Exponents and Square Roots IntermediateAlgebra Tutorial 4: Operationson Real Numbers

 This tutorial covers: adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing real numbers evaluating a numeric exponential expression evaluating a numeric radical expression using the order of operations appropriately This is a good tutorial to reviewthe topics coveredabove as well as teaching you about exponents and square roots.

 Percent BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 16: Percentand Problem Solving

 This tutorial covers: converting percents into decimal numbers converting decimal numbers into percents solving word problems involving percents  pie charts with percents tables with percents

 Algebra

 It's back!!!!!!   Just when you thought itwas safe to comeback to school, POW, another math test with ALGEBRA!!!  I'm hopingthat with this section of tutorials, Iwill convert some of you who are math atheists (you know who you are). SPECIALNOTE:  Note that most of the topics under Algebra contain tutorials from threelevels (lowest to highest): beginning, intermediate, and college.  Ideally, for the Algebra section, you want to be ableto work thecollege level by the time you take the GRE test.  There will be some overlapping between the levels. If a topichas tutorials in more than one level, try going under the highest levelfirst.  If that is too hard for you, go to the tutorials of thenextlevel down, if available.  If that is too hard for you, go to thetutorials of the next level down, if available.  Once you find a level to start with, make sure thatif it is belowcollege level, in the end you work your way up to college algebra.  The beauty of this is it is individualized. You can goat your own pace at the comfort of your own computer.  Youknowbetter than anyone else what your algebra skills are.    The algebra area covers:

 Operations with  Algebraic Expressions BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 11: SimplifyingAlgebraic Expressions

 This tutorial covers: combining like terms simplifying an expression using distributive property BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 27: Addingand Subtracting Polynomials

 This tutorial covers: identifying a term, coefficient, constant term, and polynomial telling the difference between a monomial, binomial, and trinomial finding the degree of a term and polynomial combining like terms adding and subtracting polynomials BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 28: MultiplyingPolynomials

 This tutorial covers: multiplying any polynomial times any other polynomial using the FOIL method to multiply a binomial times a binomial IntermediateAlgebra Tutorial 25: Polynomialsand Polynomial Functions

 This tutorial covers: identifying a term, coefficient, constant term, and polynomial telling the difference between a monomial, binomial, and trinomial finding the degree of a term and polynomial evaluating a polynomial function combine like terms adding and subtracting polynomials IntermediateAlgebra Tutorial 26: MultiplyingPolynomials

 This tutorial covers: multiplying any polynomial times any other polynomial using the FOIL method to multiply a binomial times a binomial using special product rules to multiply a binomial squared and aproductof a sum and difference of two terms College AlgebraTutorial 6:  Polynomials

 This tutorial covers: identifying a term, coefficient, constant term, and polynomial telling the difference between a monomial, binomial, and trinomial finding the degree of a term and polynomial evaluating a polynomial function combining like terms adding and subtract polynomials multiplying any polynomial times any other polynomial using the FOIL method to multiply a binomial times a binomial using special product rules to multiply a binomial squared and aproductof a sum and difference of two terms

 Factoring IntermediateAlgebra Tutorial 27:  TheGCF and Factoring by Grouping

 This tutorial covers: finding the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) of a polynomial factoring out the GCF of a polynomial factoring a polynomial with four terms by grouping IntermediateAlgebra Tutorial 28: FactoringTrinomials

 This tutorial covers: factoring trinomials factoring using substitution indicating if a polynomial is a prime polynomial IntermediateAlgebra Tutorial 29: FactoringSpecial Products

 This tutorial covers: factoring a perfect square trinomial factoring a difference of squares factoring a sum or difference of cubes applying the factoring strategy to factor a polynomial completely CollegeAlgebraTutorial 7: FactoringPolynomials

 This tutorial covers: finding the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) of a polynomial factoring out the GCF of a polynomial factoring a polynomial with four terms by grouping factoring a trinomial indicating if a polynomial is a prime polynomial factoring a perfect square trinomial factoring a difference of squares factoring a sum or difference of cubes applying the factoring strategy to factor a polynomial completely

 Solving Linear Equations BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 12: AdditionProperty of Equality

 This tutorial covers: knowing what a linear equation is knowing if a value is a solution or not using the addition and subtraction properties of equalities to solvelinear equations BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 13: MultiplicationProperty of Equality

 This tutorial covers: using the multiplication and division properties of equalities to solvelinear equations solving an equation using more than one property knowing how to express consecutive integers in terms of x,if the first integer is x knowing how to express even consecutive integers in terms of x,if the first even integer is x knowing how to express odd consecutive integers in terms of x,if the first odd integer is x BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 14: SolvingLinear Equations

 This tutorial covers: solving linear equations by using a combination of simplifying andvariousproperties of equality IntermediateAlgebra Tutorial 7: LinearEquations in One Variable

 This tutorial covers: knowing what a linear equation is knowing if a value is a solution or not using the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and divisionpropertiesof equalities to solve linear equations knowing when an equation has no solution knowing when an equation has all real numbers as a solution College AlgebraTutorial 14: LinearEquations in One Variable

 This tutorial covers: knowing what a linear equation is knowing if a value is a solution or not using the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and divisionpropertiesof equalities to solve linear equations knowing when an equation has no solution knowing when an equation has all real numbers as a solution

 Translating Words into AlgebraicExpressions andApplications BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 15: Introductionto Problem Solving

 This tutorial covers: using Polya's four step process to solve word problems involvingnumbers,rectangles, supplementary angles, and complementary angles BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 17: FurtherProblem Solving

 This tutorial covers: using Polya's four step process to solve word problems involvinggeometryconcepts, distance, mixtures and interest IntermediateAlgebra Tutorial 2: AlgebraicExpressions

 This tutorial covers: knowing what a variable is knowing what an algebraic expression is evaluating an algebraic expression given a value for a variable translating an English phrase into an algebraic expression IntermediateAlgebra Tutorial 8: Introductionto Problem Solving

 This tutorial covers: using Polya's four step process to solve word problems involvingnumbers,percents, rectangles, supplementary angles, complementary angles,consecutiveintegers, and breaking even IntermediateAlgebra Tutorial 9: Formulasand Problem Solving

 This tutorial covers: solving a formula for a given variable using Polya's four step process to solve word problems involvingformulas College AlgebraTutorial 16: FormulasandApplications

 This tutorial covers: translating an English phrase into an algebraic expression using Polya's four step process to solve word problems solving a formula for a given variable

 Inequalities BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 18: SolvingLinear Inequalities

 This tutorial covers: using the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and divisionpropertiesof  inequalities to solve linear inequalities drawing a graph to give a visual answer to an inequality problem IntermediateAlgebra Tutorial 10: LinearInequalities

 This tutorial covers: using the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and divisionpropertiesof  inequalities to solve linear inequalities writing the answer to an inequality using interval notation drawing a graph to give a visual answer to an inequality problem College AlgebraTutorial 22: LinearInequalities

 This tutorial covers: using the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and divisionpropertiesof  inequalities to solve linear inequalities solving linear inequalities involving absolute values writing the answer to an inequality using interval notation drawing a graph to give a visual answer to an inequality problem

 Coordinate Geometry BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 20: TheRectangular Coordinate System

 This tutorial covers: plotting points on a rectangular coordinate system identifying what quadrant or axis a point lies on telling if an ordered pair is a solution of an equation in twovariablesor not completing an ordered pair that has one missing value BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 21: GraphingLinear Equations

 This tutorial covers: recognizing when an equation in two variables is a linear equation graphing a linear equation BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 22: Intercepts

 This tutorial covers: finding the x- and y-interceptsof a linear function graphing a linear function using the x-and y-intercepts graphing vertical and horizontal lines BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 23: Slope

 This tutorial covers: finding the slope given a graph or two points knowing the relationship between slopes of parallel lines as well asslopesof perpendicular lines IntermediateAlgebra Tutorial 12: GraphingEquations

 This tutorial covers: plotting points on a rectangular coordinate system identifying what quadrant or axis a point lies on knowing if an equation is a linear equation telling if an ordered pair is a solution of an equation in twovariablesor not graphing an equation by plotting points IntermediateAlgebra Tutorial 14: GraphingLinear Equations

 This tutorial covers: finding the x- and y-interceptsof a linear function graphing a linear function using the x-and y-intercepts graphing vertical and horizontal lines IntermediateAlgebra Tutorial 15: TheSlope of a Line

 This tutorial covers: finding the slope given a graph, two points or an equation writing a linear equation in slope/intercept form determining if two lines are parallel, perpendicular, or neither College AlgebraTutorial 25: Slope ofa Line

 This tutorial covers: knowing when a line rises, falls, is horizontal or is vertical finding the slope given two points on the line College AlgebraTutorial 27: GraphingLines

 This tutorial covers: graphing a straight line using the y-interceptand slope graphing vertical and horizontal lines

 Rules of Exponents BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 26: Exponents

 This tutorial covers: using the definition of exponents simplifying exponential expressions involving multiplying like bases,zeroas an exponent, dividing like bases, raising a base to two exponents,raisinga product to an exponent and raising a quotient to an exponent IntermediateAlgebra Tutorial 23:  Exponentsand Scientific Notation Part I

 This tutorial covers: using the definition of exponents, simplifying exponential expressionsinvolving multiplying like bases, zero as an exponent, dividing likebases,and negative exponents writing a number in scientific notation writing a number in standard notation, without exponents IntermediateAlgebra Tutorial 24:  Exponentsand Scientific Notation Part II

 This tutorial covers: simplifying exponential expressions involving raising a base to twoexponents,raising a product to an exponent and raising a quotient to an exponent multiplying and dividing numbers written in scientific notation College AlgebraTutorial 2:  IntegerExponents

 This tutorial covers: using the definition of exponents simplifying exponential expressions involving multiplying like bases,zeroas an exponent, dividing like bases, negative exponents, raising a baseto two exponents, raising a product to an exponent and raising aquotientto an exponent College AlgebraTutorial 17: QuadraticEquations

 This tutorial covers: solving quadratic equations by factoring solving quadratic equations by the square root method solving quadratic equations by completing the square solving quadratic equations by using the quadratic formula finding the discriminant of a quadratic equation and use it to tell howmany and what type of solutions the equation has

 Geometry

 Ahhhhh, a relief from algebra.  This sectioncovers the basicsof geometry.  You do not need to know how to do geometry proofsforthe test - YEAH!!!  After completing this section, youwill be able to write funny little cartoons like this one (ha, ha - Ijustcouldn't resist). SPECIALNOTE:  You need to go to all the links that are under each topic forarithmetic to get the full benefit.    The geometry area covers:

 You need to go to all the links that are undereach topic forgeometry to get the full benefit.

 Lines, Angles, Polygons,Triangles, Quadrilaterals,  and Circles BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 33: BasicGeometry

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 Formulas for Two- andThree-  Dimensional Figures BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 32: Formulas

 This tutorial covers: solving a formula for a given variable solving problems involving formulas for two- and three- dimensionalfigures

 Data Analysis

 This is a very important area to know when going intograduate school. Most of you will be working on a thesis or a dissertation.  Nomatterwhat field you are in you, chances are you will have to do dataanalysison that work.  I'msure you will have better luck with probabilities than Frank and Ernest. SPECIALNOTE:  You need to go to all the links that are under each topic forarithmetic to get the full benefit.    The data analysis area covers:

 You need to go to all the links that are undereach topic fordata analysis to get the full benefit.

 Measures of CentralLocation, Measures ofDispersion, and Frequency Distributions BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 34: CentralTendencies

 This tutorial covers: finding the mean, median, mode, range, standard deviation and frequencydistribution of a list of values

 Counting,Permutations,  and Combinations College AlgebraTutorial 55: TheFundamentalCounting Principle

 This tutorial covers: using the Fundamental Counting Principle to determine the number ofoutcomesin a problem College AlgebraTutorial 56: Permutations

 This tutorial covers: using permutations to solve a counting problem involving order College AlgebraTutorial 57: Combinations

 This tutorial covers: using combinations to solve a counting problem involving groups

 Probability College AlgebraTutorial 58: Probability

 This tutorial covers: finding the probability of an empirical event finding a theoretical probability knowing when two events are mutually exclusive using basic properties of probability to find various probabilities knowing when two events are independent of each other knowing how to find the probability of the intersection of twoindependentevents

 Data Representation andInterpretation BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 9: ReadingGraphs BeginningAlgebra Tutorial 16: Percentand Problem Solving