The faculty in the Subhash Saxena Department of Mathematics and Statistics has provided faculty-created resources such as interactive textbooks and videos to help students with a variety of questions related to mathematics and/or statistics. Click on the resource(s) below to find one that will work for you!
Links to Resources
Description: This webpage contains practice problems for several math courses and their video solutions.
Instructor: Dr. Rajendra Dahal
Description: This channel has resources for math skills overall and has in-depth playlists covering algebra, calculus I, business calculus, and calculus for social science. There are frequent uploads addressing math and finance questions, and playlists addressing specific topics like factoring, laws of exponents, limits, derivatives, and more.
Instructor: Dr. Lindsey Fox
Description: Elementary Discrete Mathematics 2 is an introductory, conversational book about the tenants of discrete mathematics with an emphasis on teaching the student to think and communicate mathematically.
Instructor: Douglas Weathers
Description: YouTube videos to help with Math 138, Math 139, Math 201, and Math 202.
Instructor: Jamie Hedges
Description: Free online, interactive textbooks for Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III, Complex Variables, and Combinatorics.
Instructor: Dr. Andrew Incognito
Description: Both of these sites contain links to online notes, Dr. Incognito's free calculus book, Khan academy videos, and solved problems by Dr. Dahal and Dr. O. Duncan.
Instructor: Dr. Ogul Duncan
Description: This page contains video explanations of the common course notes as well as interactive online review activities for Stat 201.
Instructor: Dr. Nicholas Pritchard