## Quantitative Reasoning with Corequisite Support: A Targeted Review

Alta Quantitative Reasoning with Corequisite Support: A Targeted Review is a one-semester course that hinges on the college-level outcomes for Quantitative Reasoning, but also offers the opportunity for targeted, discrete review assignments at a lower level (or in a supporting domain) to help prepare some students for the college-level material that constitutes their ultimate objective.

## Calculus Early Transcendentals with Precalculus Review

Knewton Alta Calculus Early Transcendentals with Precalculus Review was developed to include comprehensive Precalculus review material to help better prepare students for Calculus. Sub-learning objectives have also been added to the course to give instructors more control and granularity.

## Trigonometry with Corequisite Support: A Targeted Approach

Alta Trigonometry with Corequisite Support was developed to meet the scope and sequence of a typical one-semester trigonometry course, coupled with material that can be used for targeted, discrete assignments to help prepare some students for the material that constitutes their ultimate objectives in Trigonometry.

## Trigonometry

Alta Trigonometry is designed for a typical one-semester trigonometry course, including topics such as radian measures and applications, graphs of trigonometric functions, trigonometric equations, and vectors.

## Survey of Mathematics

Alta Survey of Mathematics is designed for a one-semester course covering mathematics that may be encountered in your daily life. The topics covered in this course include critical thinking, sets and logic and consumer mathematics. This course can also be used in a Just-in-Time Corequisite model.

## Prealgebra

Alta Prealgebra is designed for a typical one-semester prealgebra course, with topics such as whole numbers, fractions, geometry, and graphing.

## Single Variable Calculus, Early Transcendentals

Alta Single Variable Calculus is designed for a typical two-semester general calculus course, including topics such as limits, differentiation, integration, and sequences and series. This course can also be used in a Just-in-Time Corequisite model.