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In this basic algebra course, students will learn the foundations of basic operations, algebraic fractions, and quadratic equations.

This course guides students through a high school level algebra curriculum.

This course teaches students how to identify and graph circles, parabolas, ellipses, and hyperbolas.

Students taking this course will solve radical and exponential expressions and equations with scientific notation and significant figures.

This course studies functions and how they can be identified, solved, and graphed.

In this course, students will study the coordinate plane, slope, and intercept.

Students will learn to understand and solve equations with imaginary numbers.

Students learn algebra as well as geometry and calculus basics in order to help them solve everyday problems.

In this course, students will explore the reason algebra was developed and how it helps explain our world.

Students will be given an introductory look at algebraic variables and expressions in this course.

This tutorial course applies principles of logic to solving for inequalities.

Students will study the process and applications of logarithms.

In this course, students will gain an understanding of matrices and learn how to solve them.

This course teaches students to use polynomial expressions and to factor polynomials.

In this course, students will learn to solve quadratics through completing the square, factoring, graphing, and the quadratic equation.

In this course, students will discover how to interpret and manipulate algebraic ratios and rational expressions.

Students will learn to solve a system of inequalities or equations in two variables by substitution, graphing, and elimination.

Algebraic Combinatorics
Gregg Musiker, Math — Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Spring 2009Students in this course are expected to have a background in basic linear algebra and finite groups, to learn the fundamentals of combinatorics.

Algebraic Geometry
Martin Olsson, Math — Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Fall 2003In this class about algebraic geometry, students discuss fundamentals of algebraic varieties.

Algebraic Topology
G.K. Srinivasan, Math — Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay)
N/AStudents in this course will learn about fundamental groups, covering spaces, singular homology theory, and more.

Algebraic Topology
Tyler Lawson, Math — Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Fall 2006This course focuses on homology and cohomology theory in an introduction to algebraic topology.

Algebraic Topology II
Mark Behrens, Math — Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Spring 2006The second course in algebraic topoology covers a variety of theories and applications.

Take this course for an introduction to the design and analysis of algorithms, with practical examples including the Kevin Bacon game and social networking.

Explore complex numbers, learn how they're defined, and examine geometric representation in this course from The Open University.

Analysis I
Katrin Wehrheim, Math — Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Fall 2010This course covers the foundational principles of mathematical analysis.

Analysis II
Victor Guillemin, Math — Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Fall 2005This course covers multivariable calculus, theory of differential forms in ndimensional vector spaces, and manifolds.

Analysis of a Complex Kind
Dr. Petra BonfertTaylor, Math — Wesleyan University
Fall 2013This course educates students on the subject of complex analysis, which is the study of functions that live in the complex plane.

Take Analytic Combinatorics to study calculus for precise predictions of large combinatorial structures.

Analytic Geometry and Calculus
James Demmel, Math — University of CaliforniaBerkeley (UC Berkeley)
Spring 2013This course covers the integration of economics and life sciences, with topics such as differential equations, functions of many variables, partial derivatives, and constrained and unconstrained optimization.

Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
Thomas Scanlon, Math — University of CaliforniaBerkeley (UC Berkeley)
Fall 2011A continuation of the previous course, this lecture series offers further study in analytic geometry and calculus.