A new edition of The Mathematics Survival Kit – Maple Edition is now available. It contains 25 new topics, which were created in response to requests from readers of the first edition of the book. New materials range from basic operations such as factoring and fractions, to graph sketching, vectors, and integration.
The Math Survival Kit gives students the opportunity to review exactly the concept or technique they are stuck on, learn what they need to know, work through an example, practice as much as they want using randomly generated, automatically graded questions on that exact topic, and then continue with their homework. It covers 140 common topics that typically plague students, such as completing the square, factoring cubes, derivative rules, and those annoying log properties. Topics range from high school to first year college.
For more information, including the complete table of contents, visit the Math Survival Kit page on our web site.