Topics in an introductory algebra class, containing but not limited to: Variables, Properties of Equations, Solving Equations and Inequalities, Relations, Functions, Graphing, Polynomials, Matrices, and Radical Expressions.
Topics in a secondary algebra course, containing but not limited to: Solving Equations and Inequalities, Graphing, Manipulating Polynomials, Quadratic Equations, Conic Sections, Probabilities, and Matrices.
Topics in a standard Calculus class, including, but not limited to: Differential Equations, Integrals, Series, Vectors, Multivariable Equations, The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, and 3-Dimensional Graphing.
Topics studied in a typical Chemistry class such as, but not limited to: Atoms & Molecules, Stoichiometry, States of Matter, Chemical Reactions, Periodic Trends, Solutions, Gases Thermochemistry, Kinetics, Atomic Structure, and Nuclear Chemistry.
Discrete Mathematics deals with the mathematical elements of computer science including propositional logic, predicate logic, sets, functions and relations, combinatorics, mathematical induction, recursion, algorithms, matrices, graphs, trees, and Boolean logic. As a math major in college, I have many different ways to handle these particular subjects, such as truth tables, mathematical proofs and logic.
Finite math deals with linear systems, sets, subsets and probability. As a math major in college, I have many different ways to handle these particular subjects, such as substitution/elimination method, venn diagrams, set notation, and scientific/graphing calculators.
Subjects typically in a high school Geometry class.
Topics in a standard Prealgebra class such as, but not limited too: Natural Number Arithmetic, Fractions, Decimals, Negative Numbers, Factorization, Properties of Operations, Basics of Equations, Variable Manipulation, and the Coordinate Plane.