Math Pre-requisite Review Materials

 

These materials provide you with an efficient review of the mathematical content needed to succeed in for the below course.  For each course, 5–8 short modules include videos, notes, practice problems, and solutions.  Reviewing for each course takes approximately 5 hours and ideally should be completed before classes start.  These pre-requisite review materials can also be used during the course to review concepts or calculation techniques that are expected of students.

The below content was created in consultation with instructors for these courses. Thus, all the of the material covered below will be utilized in these courses and are common areas where students need review. 
  1. Lower Division Courses

    1. Prerequisite Materials of Math 2A / 5A
    2. Prerequisite Materials of Math 2B / 5B
    3. Prerequisite Materials of Math 2D
    4. Prerequisite Materials of Math 2E
    5. Prerequisite Materials of Math 3D

  2. Upper Division Courses

    1. Prerequisite Materials of Math 120A
    2. Prerequisite Materials of Math 121A
    3. Prerequisite Materials of Math 162A

  3. Upper Division Courses In Preparation (available before Winter 21)

    1. Prerequisite Materials of Math 110A
    2. Prerequisite Materials of Math 112A
    3. Prerequisite Materials of Math 130A
    4. Prerequisite Materials of Math 134A
    5. Prerequisite Materials of Math 140A
    6. Prerequisite Materials of Math 147

     

Additonal Information

 

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You can make the difference! Help middle school and high school kids, especially those  underserved school kids,in their math! Interested? Please contact Professor Alessandra Pantano (apantano@uci.edu).

 

 

 

This program was generously funded by the UCI Division of Teaching Excellence and Innovation (DTEI). The excellent recordings, notes, problems sets, and solutions were created by Math graduate students Daniel Morrison and Shichen Tang.  This project was supervised by Bob Pelayo and Zhiqin Lu from the Math department.  Several course instructors were consulted in the making of these videos, including Neil Donaldson and Alessandra Pantano.

 

 

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