The Math and Stats Center

Videos and Help Links

GVSU Math Department YouTube Channel

The professors in the Math Department at GVSU have been busy making screencasts to show you how to use WebWork, your calculator, LaTeX, as well as some of the content from various courses.

The following links are provided for your information from all over the web.  Use them at your own risk.

Need practice problems?

This website from the Learning Express Library has a variety of problems for you to pick from to get some extra practice in your math and stats classes.  You will need to register for the site to access the problems.

Register for WebAssign

Watch a short, helpful video created by a GVSU professor!

WebAssign Tips

Download this short pdf with some helpful WebAssign tips.

Print your own graph paper

Customizable Rectangular Grid Graph Paper

Polar Graph Paper

I just want a plain piece of graph paper.

Patrick: Just Math Tutorials

Math is Power 4 U Tutorials by James Sousa

Study Skills for College

Understanding Mathematics

Science and Math Resources from College Board

YouTube: Proving Trig Identities

The Philosophy of Proving Trig Identities

Why you shouldn't work both sides to prove an identity.
Download a simplified version of the discussion.

YouTube: Solving Triangles with Law of Sines

Build your own quadrant

Make your own angle-measuring device so you can compute the heights of trees, tall buildings, etc.

Practice Tests from University of Missouri-Columbia

Wolfram Alpha

Wolfram Math World

Higher level resources.

National Library of Virtual Manipulatives

A nice collection of online manipulatives that education majors should find useful.
MTH 097 and 110 students and instructors may also find helpful things.

Collection of Online Calculators

An interesting collection of calculators covering agriculture, aviation, gambling, music, clocks, nutrition, currency, and more.

Khan Academy

This site has links to their 1200+ YouTube videos covering a multitude of academic subjects.

Why isn't there a Nobel Prize in Mathematics?

You may have heard a famous anecdote about this.  Is it true?

Page last modified March 27, 2013