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View Website Precalculus Mathematics for Business and Social Sciences fullcourse Fall 2007
Chris Morgan, Math—Capilano University
Students are introduced to such precalculus topics as graphs, trigonometry, logarithms, and the like.

View Website Prices fullcourse
In this unit, you'll get a basic economic understanding of prices, in terms of price indices including the Retail Price Index and the Consumer Price Index.

View Website Principles of Applied Mathematics fullcourse Spring 2009
Aslan Kasimov, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This course explores how to mathematically analyze the continuum models of a variety of natural phenomena.

View Website Principles of Mathematics audio Fall 2012
Susan CooperNguyen, Math—Harrisburg Area Community College
This survey course covers a wide range of mathematical topics, including modern algebra, geometry, fundamentals of logic and sets, and statistics.

View Website Probability fullcourse
This course covers basic probability; students should already have a experience in basic algebra.

View Website Probability video Fall 2011
This course, offered by The Khan Academy, covers the basic concepts of probability. Topics covered in this course include compound probability, frequency probability, frequency stability, and binomial distribution.

View Website Probability audio Fall 2006
Joe Blitzstein, Math—Harvard University
Take this course to find lecture videos, review materials and more than 250 practice problems (with solutions) on probability from Harvard.

View Website Probability and Chance in Mathematics fullcourse
This is a useful exam prep course that discusses the mathematical applications behind the calculation of probability.

View Website Probability and Random Variables fullcourse Spring 2011
Scott Sheffield, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Students are introduced to probability and random variables in this course.

View Website Probability and Statistics fullcourse
Somesh Kumar, Math—Carnegie Melon University
This course gives students an introduction to the basic logic and concepts of statistical reasoning.

View Website Probability and Statistics fullcourse
This course gives students an introduction to tbe basic logic and concepts of statistical reasoning.

View Website Probability and Statistics: Descriptive Statistics video
This course explains measures of central tendency and dispersion as well as mean, median, mode, variance, and standard deviation.

View Website Probability and Statistics: Independent and Dependent Events video
This course introduces probability, independent and dependent events, compound events, mutual exclusive events, and the addition rule for probability.

View Website Probability and Statistics: Inferential Statistics video
In this course, students will make inferences based on sample data and will study other aspects of inferential statistics.

View Website Probability and Statistics: Probability and Combinatorics video
Students will study permutations and combinations in this course and learn how to use them to solve questions in probability.

View Website Probability and Statistics: Random Variables and Probability Distributions video
In this course, students will learn about random variables, expected value, probability distributions, and more.

View Website Probability and Statistics: Regression video
Students will study how to fit a line to points as well as linear regression and rsquared.

View Website Probability for Math Science video
Designed for life science majors, this course covers elementary probability, probability distributions, random variables, and limit theorems.

View Website Probability, Random Variables, and Random Processes fullcourse
Taejeong Kim, Math—Seoul National University
This course covers various probability topics such as discrete random variables, random vectors and sequences.

View Website Problem Solving Seminar fullcourse Fall 2007
Hartley Rogers, Kiran Kedlaya, Richard Stanley, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
In this undergraduate seminar course, students explore various techniques for mathematical problemsolving.

View Website Prospect Course fullcourse
This course covers topics including regulations, professionalism, and contracts.

View Website Public Finance fullcourse
The public finance course from Saylor focuses on the origins of public finance, which is between public economics and public choice.

View Website Pure Mathematics video Summer 2008
This sixlecture course covers essential mathematics concepts that are applicable to many situations or occupations.

View Website Quantitative Reasoning fullcourse Spring 2012
Mark Pawlak, Math—University of MassachusettsBoston (UMass Boston)
Quantitative Reasoning covers the basic algebra and technological tools used in the social and physical sciences.

View Website Quantum Computation fullcourse Fall 2003
Peter Shor, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
In this class, students will discuss basic theories in quantum computation for practical application.

View Website Quantum Entanglements: Part 1 fullcourse Fall 2006
Leonard Susskind, Math—Stanford University
The purpose of this course is for students to explore quantum entanglements in modern theoretical physics.

View Website Quantum Information Science fullcourse Spring 2006
Isaac Chuang, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This course is for advanced graduates and educates on quantum computation and quantum information, which requires prior knowledge of quantum mechanics.

View Website Random Matrix Theory and Its Applications fullcourse Spring 2004
This class explores engineering and scientific applications in basic random matrix theory.

View Website Random Walks and Diffusion fullcourse Fall 2006
Martin Bazant, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This class discusses various application in random walks and diffusion.

View Website Real Analysis fullcourse Fall 2012
Paul Seidel, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Students will learn about the fundamentals of mathematical analysis in this course, covering topics such as convergence of sequences and series, continuity, and differentiability.