WebAssign Free Math Content

Posted by Ashlynn Houk

With mid-terms currently upon us and finals right around the corner, now is a great time to check out some of WebAssign's free resources that you can use to help prepare your students for exams. You can add any or all of these teaching tools to your math course simply by selecting from a checklist under “Free Additional Content” when you create a new course, or by contacting us today. 

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  • SPORTS QUESTION BANK

    • Offers 70 sports-themed questions designed to increase student engagement by using real-world data.
    • Covers a wide range of sports from bowling to cricket and features step-by-step tutorials, and a glossary of terminology as a resource.
    • Suitable for any algebra through precalculus course or introductory statistics course.
  • CALCULUS READINESS ASSESSMENT 

    • Features a variety of precalculus questions for students to test pre-existing course knowledge and brush up on key precalculus skills.
    • Perfect for just-in-time support throughout the semester or as a prep at the start of the new term.
    • Includes a Personalized Study Plan for students to practice and master the prerequisite precalculus topics.
  • PRECALCULUS READINESS ASSESSMENT 

    • Features a variety of algebra questions for students to test pre-existing course knowledge and brush up on key algebra skills.
    • Perfect for just-in-time support throughout the semester or as a prep at the start of the new term.
    • Includes a Personalized Study Plan for students to practice and master the prerequisite algebra topics.
  • JMP® STATISTICS QUESTION BANK

    • Presents real-life statistics examples using a JMP® interactive applet from SAS® to display data.
    • Students use the applet to answer a series of questions related to displayed data.
    • Covers most introductory statistics topics and features simulations, solutions and question feedback.
  • CALCULUS TUTORIAL BANK 

    • Features 450 questions that cover the full calculus curriculum including both early transcendentals and late transcendentals courses.
    • Each question features a multi-step tutorial that guides students to a deeper understanding of the calculus skills and concepts.
    • Ideal as extra problems for your assignments or as extra practice for students.

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