Next fall you will be starting a new math class. We hope that you will find the class interesting and challenging. Being successful is not an accident; it is the result of good preparation. To help you next year, please review the topics that you have studied in your previous math courses. All summer review work can be found below. Here, you will find:
1. Homework problems that are due on the first day of classes.
2. More examples and practice problems, with answers relating to each topic.
Please print out the problems, complete them as best you can, check your answers, and bring your work on the first day of school. Please note that the problems on this webpage are intended for review purposes only and should not be used as any sort of placement guide.
You will be tested on the topics related to your particular course within the first week of classes.
A TI-84+ graphing calculator is required for all math courses. It is the only model for which classroom instruction is provided.
The Math Department strongly recommends that summer homework be completed in August and a review be done in the week leading up to the opening of school.
All documents listed in the "Optional Exercises" list are optional. This is the case even if a document says it's required on the actual document.