Summer
Prequisite Work
Geometry and
Algebra II: review
of algebra I prerequisite skills
entering
all
geometry classes, as well as algebra II levels
1 and 2: review
1 (with answer
key), review
2 and review
3
entering algebra II intensive:
Please visit this
wiki page for review materials for those of
you going to algebra II intensive in the fall. Click
here to see what topics you should know from
this chapter (you do NOT need to know ALL). It
will be especially important for those moving up
from Geometry 1 to Algebra II intensive to be familiar
with this material. We
invite you to visit the Khan
Academy for help with any topics with which
you need more help.

Advanced Math: review
of algebra II prerequisite skills (in
addition to those listed above!!):
entering AM 1: review
1, review
2, and review
3
entering AM 2: review
Another excellent source of examples, problems and
answers is Schaum's
Outline of College Algebra for both AM
1 and AM intensive students

Calculus: review of advanced math prerequisite skills (in
addition to all those listed above!!):
entering calculus 1 and 2:
Please visit this
wiki page for review materials for those of
you going to Calculus level 1 and level 2 in
the fall. It
will be especially important for those moving up
from AM level 2 to Calculus 1 to be familiar
with this material. We invite you
to visit the Khan
Academy for help with any topics with which
you need more help.
entering calculus
AB: review
entering calculus BC: Chapter
1 from the textbook (solutions here)
and all of the precalculus unit of the Visual
Calculus web site


The list of websites below is not meant to be comprehensive,
nor to necessarily be the very best. We encourage students
to search the internet if they would like additional practice
with any mathematical topic presented on the worksheets above.
Many sites exist that are interactive, telling you whether
your answer is correct or not, and providing solutions. An
internet search on "practice fractions" or "practice
factoring" or
"practice systems of equations", for example, can lead you
to many more opportunities than just those listed below.
from AAAMath K8
topics with interactive questions and games
Khan
Academy offers tutorial videos
on any math topic at all (featured on TED talks and PBS), K12
topics (and beyond!)
matharchives from
University of Tennessee at Knoxville, K12 topics
math forum at
Drexel University, K12 topics (and beyond!)
practice
from Seth Weiss at
LSRHS, grades
711 topics
practice for New York's
Regents exam grades
810 topics,
includes online practice and games
SOSmath includes "cyberexams"
from intermediate algebra through calculus
Visual
Calculus from University
of Tennessee includes precalculus
topics with tutorials, explanations, and online
drills
