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Math Help: Getting the Most Out of DIY Math Guide

Refresh your competency in the various areas of Mathematics.

How to Use the Guide

To access the videos it is important to use Google Chrome. 


If a blank page appears with only a line of text that indicates you need to switch browser to Google Chrome.

Intended Audience

Intended for students who need help with math, or want to boost math skills in preparation for exams. This guide includes tutorials in Algebra, Decimals,  Fractions, Integers, Measurements,  Percents,  Statistics and Trigonometry.

Check out the tab Free Mathematics Resources.  Six online sites provide math resources ranging from downloading graph paper, calculators, math FAQ's, quizzes and exercises. 

Looking for math help on a campus? Refer to the TCC Math tutor tab for campus locations. 


Tips On Using the Do-It-Yourself Research Guide

How to Get the Most Out of the DIY Math Guide

For Serious Learners

  • If you can, keep a journal just for math.
  • Work through all the resources on the page from top to bottom. Take notes and try problems as you go. As you finish each activity, write about what you learned in your journal.
  • If you find that you don't quite understand the concepts, use the search terms in the orange box on the righthand side of the page to search for more information.

Refresh Your Math Skills

This guide is a great remedial math tool.  If you need to brush up in only one area, check the Guide Tabs and select from the drop down menu the area where tutoring is welcome.

Please note

DIY Math was developed using the Firefox browser, but it also works on Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer.  If you're having problems with any of the links from DIY Math, please make sure your browser is current, cookies are enabled, and that you have the current version of Adobe Acrobat, Flash and Java.  You might also need the current versions of QuickTime Player and Windows Media Player if you're viewing videos.


This guide  was reused wih permission from the original author, Becca Black, of the Unitec Institute of Technology in Auckland, NZ..

Voted as one of the top SpringShare libguides, this guide has been adapted to meet the needs of the TCC community.


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