<body><!--#include virtual="/cgi-bin/ikonboard/_ikonboard.pl" --> Do you . . . need more practice on your Algebra problems? sometimes waste time on problems you already know, while struggling with other types of problems? usually learn more quickly on your own? figure out how to do the problems by looking at lots of examples? only need an occasional hint? If your answer is "Yes!" to any of these questions, then you need to try Interactive Algebra tutorials! Chattanooga State Technical Community College, is one of the leading community colleges in the area, as well as in the Southeastern United States. Quite often, it is referred to as "Jo's College" because of the broad educational, occupational, and interesting programs that it has to offer. "College: Not just for KIDS" is a slogan that is quite often heard on the campus of CSTCC. INTERACTIVE ALGEBRA ...Here is a great applet that tests and gives hints as you go.... pick the topic you need the most work on....algebraic factoring, solving quadratic equations, graphing linear equations and more. Many of my students have enjoyed this one. MULTIPLICATION TABLE ...Let the kids practice while seeing the application of the concept of "multiplication"... VISUAL ADDITION...Visual Concepts and skills of Addition and Subtraction Facts.... ax + b = c) Lesson 2 (ax + b = cx + d) UNIT TWO: Factoring (from Ch. 10 of Developmental Math Text) Note: these lessons require a browser that reads JavaScript! Lesson 1 (Factoring for x2 + bx + c) Lesson 2 (Factoring for ax2 + bx + c) Lesson 3 (Factoring for ax2 + bx + c) - including negatives Lesson 4 (Factoring for a2 - b2) - difference of squares Lesson 5 (Factoring Helper) - factors trinomials of your choice UNIT THREE: Graphing (from Ch. 12 of Developmental Math Text) Note: these lessons require a browser that reads Java! Lesson 1 (Graphing Ordered Pairs) Lesson 2 (Calculating Slope) Lesson 3 (Graphing a Line: y = mx + b) Lesson 4 (Graphing Helper for y = mx + b) UNIT FOUR: Solving Quadratic Equations (from Ch. 15 of Developmental Math Text) Note: these lessons require a browser that reads Java! Lesson 1 (Solving equations ax2+bx+c=0 using the quadratic formula) </BODY>