This guide explores all the resources available to MCC students through the Longview Student Success Center.

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- Absolute Value InequalitiesThis page gives examples and illustrations of absolute value inequalities.
- Add Multiply Divide Positive and NegativeThis resource is helpful when working with signed numbers.
- Algebraic EquationsThis resource page may be helpful when working with the algebraic equations of lines, ellipses, circles, parabolas, hyperbolas.
- Completing the SquareThis page gives directions and examples for solving an equation by completing the square.
- Complex FractionsThis handout compares the two methods of simplifying complex fractions; however, no examples are provided.
- Estimating Square RootsEstimating Square Roots without a calculator is just for fun.
- Extra Practice for Factoring Trinomials when a > 1Kuta software worksheet listing questions with quadratics with first term >1. Two parts include questions only to give an opportunity to answer question independently followed by question with solution to help double check accuracy.
- Factoring PolynomialsA favorite for factoring. Outlines in a methodical way the options for factoring binomials, trinomials and four term polynomials under the real numbering system. Good for those looking to refresh their factoring skills or beginners to factoring.
- Factoring Trinomial AC MethodThis resource sheet provides three step-by-step examples of factoring a trinomial using the AC Method.
- Fractions Decimals and PercentsThis sheet gives directions and examples when it is necessary to change the form of a decimal, fraction, or a percent.
- Graphs of Common FunctionsUseful for College Algebra students and beyond
- How to Start Algebra Word ProblemHow to Start Algebra Word Problems gives examples of defining variables to be used in equations that solve commonly covered word problems.
- Least Common Multiple and Greatest Common FactorLeast Common Multiples and Greatest Common Factor are terms that can be confusing. This resource page is helpful because the sample calculations are side-by-side on one page.
- Linear AsymptotesVertical and horizontal asymptotes discussed
- Math 110 Cumulative ReviewThese problems (with answers) may be helpful to students reviewing and preparing for the Math 85 final exam.
- Mnemonics for Using the Slope-Intercept Form of a LineHelps to graph lines using a breakdown of y intercept and the three parts to slope.
- Solving Algebra Word ProblemsSolving Algebra Word Problems is a sheet designed by our tutors to help students avoid becoming lost is a word problem by breaking down the steps.
- Types of SymmetryTypes of Symmetry gives directions, examples, and graphs that can be helpful for understanding symmetry with respect to the x-axis, y-axis, or the origin.
- Working with FractionsThis sheet provides directions and examples for multiplying, dividing, adding, and subtracting fractions.

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