
Understanding Calculus II: Problems, Solutions, and Tips
Professor Bruce H. Edwards
Solve a wide array of problems in the physical, biological, and social sciences, engineering, economics, and other areas with the skills you learn in Understanding Calculus II: Problems, Solutions, and Tips. This second course in the calculus sequence introduces you to exciting new techniques and applications of one of the most powerful mathematical tools ever invented. Professor Bruce H. Edwards of the University of Florida enriches these 36 lectures with crystalclear explanations, frequent study tips, pitfalls to avoid, and—best of all—hundreds of examples and practice problems that are specifically designed to explain and reinforce key concepts.


Geometry: An Interactive Journey to Mastery
Professor James Tanton
Inscribed over the entrance of Plato’s Academy were the words, “Let no one ignorant of geometry enter my doors.” To ancient scholars, geometry was the gateway to knowledge. Its core skills of logic and reasoning are essential to success in school, work, and many other aspects of life. Yet sometimes students, even if they have done well in other math courses, can find geometry a challenge. Now, in the 36 innovative lectures of Geometry: An Interactive Journey to Mastery, Professor James Tanton of The Mathematical Association of America shows students a different and more creative approach to geometry than that usually taught in high schools. Like building a house brick by brick, students learn to use logical reasoning to uncover fundamental principles of geometry, and then use them in fascinating applications.


Understanding Calculus: Problems, Solutions, and Tips
Professor Bruce H. Edwards
Immerse yourself in the unrivaled experience of learning—and grasping—calculus with Understanding Calculus: Problems, Solutions, and Tips. These 36 lectures cover all the major topics of a fullyear calculus course in high school at the College Board Advanced Placement AB level or a firstsemester course in college. Awardwinning Professor Bruce H. Edwards guides you through hundreds of examples and problems, each of which is designed to explain and reinforce the major concepts of this vital mathematical field.


Algebra I
Professor James A. Sellers
Algebra I is an entirely new course designed to meet the concerns of both students and their parents. These 36 accessible lectures make the concepts of firstyear algebra—including variables, order of operations, and functions—easy to grasp. For anyone wanting to learn algebra from the beginning, or for anyone needing a thorough review, Professor James A. Sellers will prove to be an inspirational and ideal tutor. Open yourself up to the world of opportunity that algebra offers by making the best possible start on mastering this allimportant subject.


Algebra II
Professor James A. Sellers
Make sense of Algebra II in the company of master educator and awardwinning Professor James A. Sellers. Algebra II gives you all the tools you need to thrive in a core skill of mathematics. In 36 engaging halfhour lectures, Professor Sellers walks you through hundreds of problems, showing every step in their solution and highlighting the most common missteps made by students. Designed for learners of all ages, this course will prove that algebra can be an exciting intellectual adventure and not nearly as difficult as many students fear.


Mastering the Fundamentals of Mathematics
Professor James A. Sellers
Whether you’re a highschool student preparing for the challenges of higher math classes, an adult who needs a refresher in math to prepare for a new career, or someone who just wants to keep his or her mind active and sharp, there’s no denying that a solid grasp of arithmetic and prealgebra is essential in today’s world. In Professor James A. Sellers’ engaging course, Mastering the Fundamentals of Mathematics, you learn all the key math topics you need to know. In 24 lectures packed with helpful examples, practice problems, and guided walkthroughs, you’ll finally grasp the allimportant fundamentals of math in a way that truly sticks.


Mathematics Describing the Real World: Precalculus and Trigonometry
Professor Bruce H. Edwards
Finally make sense of the mysteries of precalculus and trigonometry in the company of master educator and awardwinning Professor Bruce Edwards. In the 36 intensively illustrated lectures of Mathematics Describing the Real World: Precalculus and Trigonometry, he takes you through all the major topics of a typical precalculus course taught in high school or college. You'll gain new insights into functions, complex numbers, matrices, and much more. The course also comes complete with a workbook featuring a wealth of additional explanations and problems.


Chemistry, 2nd Edition
Professor Frank Cardulla
Discover why success in chemistry depends only on a genuine understanding of the field's concepts and ideas. Chemistry, 2nd Edition provides a foundation for future success by giving students a deep and thorough grasp of the fundamental problemsolving skills needed to study chemistry. Veteran science teacher and Professor Frank Cardulla's 36 carefully designed lectures are valuable tools for struggling students, students looking to perform better, homeschooled students, or anyone interested in finally understanding this important science.


How to Become a SuperStar Student, 2nd Edition
Professor Michael Geisen
Give your student the vital skills that will carry him or her through high school, college, and well into the challenges of adult life. Professor Michael Geisen, the 2008 National Teacher of the Year, has packed How to Become a SuperStar Student, 2nd Edition with advice, tips, tricks, and resources on everything from homework and class participation to giving group presentations and preparing for tests. This masterfully updated version of our highly popular study guide course has the power to transform your student's education into a worldclass learning experience.


High School Level—Geometry
Professor James Noggle
Professor Noggle's lectures on geometry are exceptionally clear and well organized. He has an evident love for the topic, and a real gift for conveying the elegance and precision of geometric concepts and demonstrations. You will learn how geometrical concepts link new theorems and ideas to previous ones. This helps you see geometry as a unified body of knowledge whose concepts build upon one another.


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Prove It: The Art of Mathematical Argument
Professor Bruce H. Edwards
Mathematical proof is the gold standard of knowledge. Once a mathematical statement has been proved with a rigorous argument, it counts as true throughout the universe and for all time. Imagine, then, the thrill of being able to prove something in mathematics. But you don't have to imagine the exhilaration of constructing a proof—you can do it! Prove It: The Art of Mathematical Argument initiates you into this thrilling discipline in 24 lectures by Professor Bruce H. Edwards of the University of Florida. This course is suitable for everyone from high school students to the more mathsavvy.


High School Level—Early American History: Native Americans through the FortyNiners
Professor Linwood Thompson
Professor Linwood Thompson offers a fastpaced course loaded with insights and information, and all specially designed for high school age students who think that history is just "a bunch of names and dates." Watch and see for yourself why young people discover in Thompson’s courses a path to learning as a lifetime habit.


High School Level—World History: The Fertile Crescent to The American Revolution
Professor Linwood Thompson
Professor Linwood Thompson teaches history by using costumes, research, and acting skills to portray representative characters from eras of history ranging from 3500 B.C. to the 1780s. He sees to it that students enjoy themselves naturally while learning world history thoroughly—a winning combination.


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Geometry: An Interactive Journey to Mastery & High School Level—Algebra I (Set)
Various Professors
Get an essential primer on the core subjects of geometry and algebra in this fundamental course set that opens the door to higher math. In Professor James Tanton’s Geometry: An Interactive Journey to Mastery, students learn how to draw inferences from established ideas to build a line of reasoning, rather than start with the result and work backward. And in Professor James Sellers’ Algebra I, students learn or review all the key topics normally covered in a firstyear algebra course.


Geometry: An Interactive Journey to Mastery & Mathematics Describing the Real World: Precalculus and Trigonometry (Set)
Various Professors
Master the core subject of geometry and then see its integral relationship to trigonometry in this course set taught by two innovative and exceptionally clear mathematicians. First, in Professor James Tanton’s Geometry: An Interactive Journey to Mastery, students learn all the key concepts of highschool geometry and explore realworld applications. Then, in Professor Bruce Edwards’s Mathematics Describing the Real World: Precalculus and Trigonometry, students study advanced algebra, trigonometry, exponents, logarithms, and much more to prepare for calculus and higher mathematics.
