NEW TITLE: Mathematics with Applications in Business and Social Sciences

The NEW title, Mathematics with Applications in Business and Social Sciences, covers content from fundamental algebra to finite mathematics and applied essential calculus. A primary emphasis is placed on showing students how to connect mathematics to real-world contexts. Table of Contents Chapter 0: Fundamental Concepts of Algebra 0.1 Real Numbers0.2 The Arithmetic of Algebraic Expressions0.3 Integer … Continue reading NEW TITLE: Mathematics with Applications in Business and Social Sciences

New Title for Single-Semester Math Prep: Pathways to College Mathematics

The NEW title, Pathways to College Mathematics, is designed to prepare students for any mathematics pathway curriculum course. It offers a general survey of mathematics and a flexible, accelerated path to future studies in Liberal Arts Math, Quantitative Reasoning, Introductory Statistics, or STEM. It streamlines introductory level algebra content and introduces students to other fields … Continue reading New Title for Single-Semester Math Prep: Pathways to College Mathematics

3 resources to help your statistics students

Do your statistics students ever get lost in the theory of the material or have trouble grasping concepts covered in class? Hawkes Learning's free online resource, stat.hawkeslearning.com, features 3 main tools designed to bring clarity to these students: 1. Chapter Projects New projects from Discovering Statistics and Data can be assigned as homework or in-class group projects to … Continue reading 3 resources to help your statistics students

Answer Equivalence in Calculus Courseware

We know that oftentimes in calculus, there's more than one way to solve a problem. While some online systems don't allow for multiple correct answers, Hawkes Learning's courseware was built by subject matter experts who painstakingly went through examples to ensure students are given credit for equivalent answers. Marvin, one of our lead calculus content … Continue reading Answer Equivalence in Calculus Courseware

Inside Our Calculus Courseware: Trigonometric Substitutions

The word “Trigonometric” by itself scares students. Combining it with “Substitutions and Evaluation” is downright terrifying. After all, the student must select the appropriate substitution, transform the integrand from an algebraic to a trigonometric expression, make the appropriate change in limits of integration (or rewrite their antiderivative in terms of the original variable), and finally … Continue reading Inside Our Calculus Courseware: Trigonometric Substitutions