Algebra Boot Camp – Master The Fundamentals of Algebra!
If you hate Math, or think you can't do it, take this course!
Created by John Swokowski  High School Math Teacher
Students: 20618, Price: Free
If you feel that you do not like Algebra and think that you are not very good at it, then this course is for you! There are many reasons why you feel this way, but I can assure you that it has nothing to do with your intelligence.
Learn to speak the language
You see, languages are hard to learn, and Algebra is a language. It is a symbolic language! It uses symbols that stand for things, and if you do not understand what the symbols mean, then you cannot speak or understand the language.
When you complete my course, you will have an understanding of all of the most widely used symbols that you will encounter in any Algebra course. Being able to speak the symbolic language of Algebra will give you the confidence and the ability to learn.
Get involved in your learning
I will walk you through each topic carefully and will give you the opportunity to practice each of the tasks with downloadable worksheets designed to focus only on the idea that is being discussed. You cannot learn by watching something, or just listening to a lecture. I watch a lot of basketball on TV, but that doesn’t make me a better basketball player!
All you need is desire
I’ve been a Algebra Teacher in the city of Milwaukee for over 35 years. I’ve never come across a student that couldn’t learn if they wanted to learn. That is all you really need! I hope to see you in my class soon!
Algebra
Algebraic Expressions and Real Numbers
Created by Boubacar Siddy Diallo  Mathematics Tutor
Students: 8649, Price: Free
This course is an introduction to the fundamental concepts of algebra. This course is designed for anyone with little to no previous algebra experience. The course contains videos with detailed explanations to the following topics:
Real Numbers and Algebraic Expressions
 Learn the sign of numbers.
 Addition and subtraction of real numbers.
 Opposite of a number.
 Multiplication of real numbers  the meaning of parentheses.
 Reciprocal.
 Least Common Multiples.
 Fractions.
 Division of real numbers.
 Introducing variables  Evaluating algebraic expressions.
 Exponents  The greatest common factor.
 Properties of real numbers.
Introduction to Trigonometry (Algebra 2 Unit 14)
Learn basic trigonometry and trigonometric skills.
Created by Matthew Gromlich  Math Teacher
Students: 7028, Price: Free
This unit is the first in a High School Algebra 2 curriculum. It teaches basic trigonometric concepts so that they can be applied to algebra 2 concepts later on. It can be taken by traditional high school students as well as High School Equivalency (HSE) students who are learning about geometric topics for their equivalency exams (GED, TASC, and/or HiSET).Topics include:
(1) Introduction to Trigonometry
(2) Special Right Triangles in Trigonometry
(3) The Other Three Trig Functions
(4) Solving Trig Problems
(5) Angles of Elevation and Depression
Each section has a related video, a video quiz, and a section quiz. The video quiz is to be taken along with or shortly after watching the video. The section quiz is to be taken after. To supplement the course, you can use any textbook.
This course should take approximately five to ten hours to complete.
A Guide to Algebra 1
From solving systems of linear equations to factoring polynomials, this course will help you ace your tests in school!
Created by Rohit Narayanan  Head of GradeSupport.org  Student at Princeton University
Students: 5419, Price: Free
Algebra 1 is the base of math. It is where students stop solely learning about basic operations. In Algebra 1, students learn how to handle variables, an aspect of math which makes it applicable to many parts of the world. Algebra is the one of the reasons why people say math is everywhere in the world. Whether it be solving for the tax on a bill or finding out how long it takes to get to a certain place, Algebra is key.
I have designed this course based on the structure of a the Common Core Algebra 1 textbook. I will cover everything from evaluating expressions with negative numbers to solving systems of equations. Certain chapters will be longer than others but as a general range, a chapter's worth of content will range from 40 minutes to 1 hour.
Math for Middle Schoolers: Algebraic Expressions
Learn the Basics of Algebraic Expressions and Succeed in your Beginning Math Classes
Created by Abinaya Anbuchelvan  Student
Students: 3986, Price: Free
Math for Middle Schoolers: Algebraic Expressions is a simple, fun, and informative course that allows middle schoolers to learn the foundational concepts of algebraic expressions FOR FREE! By following this course to the end, you will have a strong foundation in these topics that frequently appear in higher levels of math, and you will be prepared to tackle more complex concepts! Each sections consists of concise videos that are easy to understand followed by a quiz with multiple problems for you to practice with.
Solving Basic Algebraic Equations
A Method for Mastering an Essential Topic in Mathematics
Created by Allison Moffett  Math Instructor
Students: 1777, Price: Free
Solving algebraic equations is a topic that many students find troublesome. This focused course provides a method for solving equations of the form:
2x  5 = 14
and
3x/4 + 7 = 20
You'll learn about variables, like terms, coefficients, and keeping equations balanced. Each lesson builds on the last, enabling you to master each step in the process before moving on. All practice problems have solutions provided so you can check your work.
PreAnalysis & Probability I : Sets, Functions & Logic
Abstract Boolean Algebra
Created by Arnold Ruymgaart  AP Ruymgaart
Students: 1540, Price: Free
Although an easy introduction requiring only high school algebra, this is a preparatory course for those who are beginning their study of quantitative fields requiring advanced math such as the hard sciences, engineering, CS, data science or mathematics. This course is also well suited for those of any age (high school and up) who simply want to learn more about math. The main topics here are sets, set Cartesian product, relations and functions, operations and their properties & Boolean algebra/logic from an abstract and set theory perspective.
Basic Algebra
equations, graphs and solving expressions using the order of operations
Created by Verna Phillips  Math Professor
Students: 1061, Price: Free
This is a course using the order of operations, types of numbers (which are counting numbers, whole numbers, integers, rational numbers, irrational numbers and real numbers). solving quadratic and linear equations, solving quadratic and linear inequalities, solving a system of equations, adding and multiplying matrices with an introductory video of what they will learn in the course.
Mastering Linear Algebra and Group Theory for 2021
Learn Linear Algebra Concepts with simple examples.
Created by Atchyut Kumar  Professional GATE CS/IT Faculty
Students: 230, Price: Free

analyze the solution set of a system of linear equations.

express some algebraic concepts (such as binary operation, group, field).

do elementary matrix operations.

express a system of linear equations in a matrix form.

do the elementary row operations for the matrices and systems of linear equations.

investigate the solution of a system using Gauss elimination.

apply Cramer's rule for solving a system of linear equations, if the determinant of the matrix of coefficients of the system is not zero.

generalize the concepts of a real (complex) vector space to an arbitrary finitedimensional vector space.

definite a vector space and subspace of a vector space.

explain properties of R^n and subspaces of R^n.

determine whether a subset of a vector space is linear dependent.

describe the concept of a basis for a vector space.

investigate properties of vector spaces and subspaces using by linear transformations.

express linear transformation between vector spaces.

represent linear transformations by matrices.

explain what happens to representing matrices when the ordered basis is changed.

describe the concepts of eigenvalue, eigenvector and characteristic polynomial.

determine whether a linear transformation is diagonalizable or not.
Who this course is for:

Academic Students.

Competitive Exam Preparation Aspirants.
Important information before you enroll!

Once enrolled, you have unlimited, 24/7, lifetime access to the course (unless you choose to drop the course during the first 30 days).

You will have instant and free access to any updates I'll add to the course  video lectures, additional resources, quizzes, exercises.

You will benefit from my full support regarding any question you might have.

Check out the promo video at the top of this page and some of the free preview lectures in the curriculum to get a taste of my teaching style and methods before making your decision
The ULTIMATE Prealgebra Course: Part 1
A Series of PreAlgebra Courses to set yourself up for success in Highschool Math
Created by Tanvi S  Tutor
Students: 131, Price: Free
Are you looking to get a headstart on the school curriculum? Perhaps you want to prepare for a placement test or just learn for fun? Well, you are in the right place! In these courses, you will be provided with hours of stepbystep PreAlgebra video tutorials, practice problems, complete tests, and worksheets. You will able to develop an in depthunderstanding of PreAlgebra to set you up for academic success!
These courses introduce the concept through a comprehensive, stepbystep video! You will also have indepth note sheets, cheat sheets, and more resources to deepen your understanding of the concept! You will be provided with extra practice resources to help you perform the operations you learn with speed and accuracy.
After completing these courses, you will be able to evaluate expressions, interpret data, perform operations with integers, graph coordinates on a coordinate plane, solve and write equations, find perimeter and area of 2dimensional figures, be comfortable with fractions, ratios & percents, work with functions, find the volume and surface area of 3dimensional shapes, and understand measures of central tendency & probability. Also, we will introduce basic information from the high school Algebra 1 course! Overall, you will be prepared for high school math success!