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View Website Commutative Algebra fullcourse Fall 2008
Steven Kleiman, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This class provides an introduction to commutative algebra theories and applications, like Hilbert basis theorem, ClayeyHamilton theorem, integral dependence and more.

View Website Complex Analysis fullcourse
Students will learn the theory of analytic functions of a complex variable in this course.

View Website Complex Variables with Applications fullcourse Fall 2003
Alar Toomre, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Students in this course explore topics in complex algebra and its functions.

View Website Computational Geometry fullcourse
Nicholas Patrikalakis, Takashi Maekawa, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This course will address the various aspects of computational geometry, covering topics that include bsplines, offsets, boundary representation models, and physically based deformable surfaces.

View Website Computational Science and Engineering I fullcourse Fall 2008
Gilbert Strang, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Through this course students review various principles and applications of linear algebra.

View Website Concepts in Computing with Data audio Fall 2012
Fletcher Ibser, Math—University of CaliforniaBerkeley (UC Berkeley)
This course offers an introduction to computationally intensive statistics. Topics of study include the organization and use of statistical learning and data mining, model validation procedures, databases, and graphics.

View Website Concepts of Probability audio Spring 2010
Fletcher Ibser, Math—University of CaliforniaBerkeley (UC Berkeley)
Concepts of probability provides an introduction to the concepts and applications of probability. It also reviews the laws of large numbers, conditional expectation, central limit theorem, and more.

View Website Core Science Mathematics video
S.K. Ray, Math—National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL)
Core Science Mathematics studies real numbers, sequences, functions, and more.

View Website Counting and Probability fullcourse
In this course from the Open University of Hong Kong, learn basic probability and counting principles.

View Website CSET Mathematics I: Algebra fullcourse
This course prepares students to take the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET), which is necessary to teach math or science in the state's schools.

View Website CSET Mathematics II: Geometry, Probability and Statistics fullcourse
This online open course helps prepare science and mathematics teachers to take the California Subject Examinations for Teachers (CSET). Lesson topics include plane Euclidean geometry, threedimensional geometry, probability, and statistics.

View Website CSET Mathematics III: Trigonometry and Calculus fullcourse
UC  Irvine's CSET Mathematics III course prepares students to take the California Subject Examinations for Teachers. This course includes study in trigonometry, limits and continuity, integrals and applications, and sequences and series.

View Website Differential Analysis fullcourse Fall 2004
Richard Melrose, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This course is first in a twosemester sequence, covering various topics in differential analysis in mathematics.

View Website Differential Analysis fullcourse Spring 2004
Jeff Viaclovsky, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
This course is second in a twosemester sequence, providing a thorough foundation in elliptic and parabolic linear partial differential equations theory.

View Website Differential Equations fullcourse
Supplemental videos from the Khan Academy ensure this course thoroughly explains differential equations to students.

View Website Differential Equations video Fall 2008
This course is essentially a firstyear course in differential equations. It covers separable differential equations, exact equations, first order homogenous equations, and factor integration.

View Website Differential Equations fullcourse
Syed Muhammad, Junaid Zaidi, Math—Virtual University of Pakistan
This course contains more than 90 interactive differential equations tools and covers the entire differential equations course.

View Website Differential Equations fullcourse Fall 2011
Arthur Mattuck, Haynes Miller, Jeremy Orloff, John Lewis, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
In this course students learn about the math equations and techniques commonly used in science and engineering.

View Website Differential Equations fullcourse
Check out this course on differential equations to understand both firstorder differential equations and selected secondorder differential equations with a variety of applications.

View Website Differential Equations audio Spring 2010
Selwyn Hollis, Math—Armstrong Atlantic State University
Gain a foundation in differential equations through lectures in linear firstorder equations, existence and uniqueness, mechanical vibrations, and more.

View Website Differential Equations audio Fall 2010
This course from Florida International University explores concepts in differential equations.

View Website Differential Equations in Action fullcourse
This class focuses on the use of differential equations to solve specific real world problems.

View Website Differential Equations: First Order Differential Equations video
This course studies differential equations with only first derivatives.

View Website Differential Equations: Laplace Transform video
In this course, transforms and the Laplace transform in particular are taught as well as convolution integrals.

View Website Differential Equations: Second Order Linear Equations video
Students taking this course will study differential equations that contain second derivatives.

View Website Differential Geometry fullcourse Fall 2008
Paul Seidel, Math—Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
With a concentration on geometry and the notion of curvature, this course introduces differential geometry.

View Website Differentiation and Functions in Mathematics fullcourse
In this class, students will gain a solid understanding of intermediate mathematics, with a focus on differentiation and functions.

View Website Diploma in Mathematics fullcourse
In this diploma course on mathematics, students will be refreshed on the various mathematical subjects, including calculus, algebra, geometry, and statistics.

View Website Diploma in Statistics fullcourse
A diploma course covers key topics in statistics, such as probability, data collection, and regression analysis.

View Website Discrete Math fullcourse
ChangGun Lee, Math—Seoul National University
Students in this course will study discrete, mathematical objects and structures like proofs, summations, graphs, algorithms and integers, among others.