Knewton Prealgebra is designed for a typical one-semester prealgebra course, with topics such as whole numbers, fractions, geometry, and graphing.
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Knewton identifies if and when students are struggling with a pre-requisite and provides them with the practice and instruction they need, in real time, even if it falls outside of your course of discipline. In return, you get reports identifying which pre-requisites individual students need help with.
Knewton Elementary Algebra is designed for a typical one-semester elementary algebra course, including topics such as real numbers and their operations, graphing lines, and quadratic equations.
Knewton Intermediate Algebra is designed for a typical one-semester intermediate algebra course, including topics such as graphing functions, solving linear equations, radical functions and equations, and the Binomial Theorem.
Knewton College Algebra is designed for a typical one-semester course, with topics such as equations and inequalities, polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic function, and systems of equations and inequalities.
Knewton Precalculus is designed for a typical one-semester precalculus course, with topics including periodic functions, trigonometric identities and equations, and limits and continuity.
Knewton Statistics is designed for a typical one-semester statistics course, with topics including sampling and data, probability, normal distribution, and confidence intervals.
Knewton Calculus is designed for a typical three-semester general calculus course, with topics including limits, differentiation, integration, sequences and series, vectors, multivariable calculus, and second-order differential equations.
Knewton Single Variable Calculus is designed for a typical two-semester general calculus course, including topics such as limits, differentiation, integration, and equations and series.
Knewton Microeconomics is designed for a typical single semester introduction to microeconomics course, including topics such as supply and demand, elasticity, and consumer choice.
Knewton Macroeconomics is designed for a typical single semester introduction to macroeconomics course, including topics such as GDP, inflation, aggregate demand and aggregate supply, monetary policy, and international trade.
Knewton Principles of General Chemistry is designed for a typical two-semester introduction to chemistry course, including topics such as atoms molecules and ions, substances and solutions, kinetics, and electrochemistry.
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