This page provides faculty with a list of Math eDLAs that are currently available to assign to their students. Many more topics will be added. We will update this list as they become available.

 Math eDLAs are interactive video lessons that both teach and assess skills.
 If any of your classes require students to have mathematical skills in order to succeed in the course you might consider assigning some of these lessons.
 Students access the eDLAs through a Canvas shell that is assigned to our Math Learning Center. Students go into the MLC, register for our free, noncredit supervised tutoring course and get an orientation to the center. Their registration will be uploaded into Canvas within a day. They can complete the Canvas quiz anywhere they like.
 After they complete the Canvas quiz students will go into the MLC to get their verification form stamped.
 This student instruction sheet can be used to inform your students on how to get registered and complete their eDLAs.
 You can either type in the titles of the eDLAs that you are assigning on the verification form here, or the MLC will provide a blank copy for your students.
Below is a list of all available Math eDLAs. The objectives are listed after the title.
 Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities
 Solving Absolute Value Equations
 More Absolute Value Equations
 Absolute Value Inequalities with < or ≤
 Absolute Value Inequalities with > or ≥
 More Absolute Value Inequalities
 Adding and Subtracting Fractions
 Adding or subtracting fractions with common denominators
 Finding the Least Common Denominator
 Adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators
 Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions
 Finding the Least Common Denominator (LCD)
 Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions
 Applications of Linear Equations
 Perimeter and Area Problems
 Distance, Rate and Time Problems
 Value Mixture Problems
 Concentration Mixture Problems
 Consecutive Integer Problems
 Problems Involving Fixed and Variable Costs
 Problems Involving Complementary and Supplementary Angles
 Investment Problems
 Applications of Quadratic Equations
 Perimeter and Area Problems
 Work Rate Problems
 Pythagorean Theorem Applications
 Consecutive Integer Problems
 Projectile Problems
 Compound Interest Problems
 Distance, Rate, and Time Problems
 Applications of Rational Equations
 Work Rate Problems
 Distance, Rate, and Time Problems
 Proportion Problems
 Number Problems
 Applications of Systems of Equations
 Problems Involving Finding Unknown Numbers
 Problems Involving Cost
 Distance, Rate, and Time Problems
 Problems Involving Geometry
 Break Even Analysis
 Problems Involving Coins
 Basic Probability
 Simple Probability
 Addition Rule for Disjoint Events
 General Addition Rule
 Complement Rule
 Multiplication Rule for Independent Events
 Conditional Probability
 General Multiplication Rule (Dependent Events)
 Binomial Distribution
 Determining if an Experiment is a Binomial Experiment
 Calculating Probabilities for a Binomial Distribution
 Completing the Square
 Square Root Property
 Perfect Square Trinomials
 Completing the Square when a=1
 Completing the Square when a≠1
 Constructing Confidence Intervals
 Constructing Confidence Interval for population Proportion
 Constructing Confidence Interval for Population Mean
 Constructing Confidence Interval for Population Variance and Population Standard Deviation
 Identifying the Appropriate Formula and Calculator Function
 Decimal Operations
 Place Settings
 Adding and Subtracting Decimals
 Multiplying and Dividing with Decimals
 Dividing a Polynomial by a Monomial
 Divide a Monomial by a Monomial
 Divide a Polynomial by a Monomial (with one variable)
 Divide a Polynomial by a Monomial (with more than one variable)
 Dividing Polynomials
 Long Division without Missing Terms
 Long Division with Missing Terms
 Factoring Using Long Division
 Synthetic Division
 Domain and Range – Basics
 Relations, Functions, Domain and Range
 Determine the Domain and Range of a Relation from the Graph
 Determine the Domain of a Function from the Equation
 Domain and Range – Intermediate
 Relations, Functions, Domain and Range
 Determine the Domain and Range of a Relation from the Graph
 Determine the Domain of a Function from the Equation
 More Examples of Finding the Domain of Algebraic Functions
 Domain of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
 Evaluating Algebraic Expressions
 Definitions of Constants, Variables, and Expressions
 Evaluating Algebraic Expressions of One Variable
 Evaluating Algebraic Expressions of Two Variables
 Exponentials and Logarithms – Basics
 Find Values of Exponential Functions
 Solve Exponential Equations with the Same Base
 Equivalent Exponential and Logarithmic Equations
 Find Values of Logarithmic Functions
 Expanding and Contracting Logarithmic Expressions
 Solve Basic Logarithmic Equations
 Exponent Rules – Integers
 Using the Power Rule
 Evaluating Expressions Raised to the Zero Power
 Using the Quotient Rule
 Evaluating Negative Exponents
 using the Power Rules
 Factoring Difference of Squares – Basics
 Factor the Difference of Squares, Leading Coefficient = 1
 Factor the Difference of Squares, Constant Term is First
 Factor the Difference of Squares, Leading Coefficient ≠ 1
 Factor the Difference of Squares when there are Two Variables
 Exponentials and Logarithms – Intermediate
 Find Values of Exponential Functions
 Solve Exponential Equations with the Same Base
 Equivalent Exponential and Logarithmic Equations
 Find Values of Logarithmic Functions
 Inverse Properties of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
 Expanding and Contracting Logarithmic Expressions
 Change Logarithmic Bases
 Solve Exponential Equations
 Solve Basic Logarithmic Equations
 Exponentials and Logarithms – Advanced
 Inverse Properties of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
 Change Logarithmic Bases
 Solve Exponential Equations
 Solve Logarithmic Equations
 Solve More Involved Exponential and Logarithmic Equations
 Factoring Difference of Squares – Intermediate
 GCF
 Fractional Coefficients
 Grouping
 Higher Order Exponents
 Factoring Special Forms – Advanced
 Factor the Difference of Squares with Binomials
 Factor the Difference of Squares with Fractional Exponents
 Factor the Sum and Difference of Cubes
 Factor Perfect Square Trinomials
 Factor Special Forms with Grouping
 Factoring Trinomials – Advanced
 Factor Quadratic Type Expressions, AC Method, Leading Coefficient = 1
 Factor Quadratic Type Expressions, AC Method, Leading Coefficient ≠ 1
 Factor Quadratic Type Expressions using Trial and Error
 Factor Quadratic Type Expressions with a Greatest Common Factor
 Factoring Trinomials – Basics (with a=1)
 Identify polynomial, monomial, binomial, trinomial, and the degree of the polynomial
 Find and factor out the GCF from the terms of a polynomial
 Factor trinomials of degree 2 of the form x^2+bx+c (where a=1)
 Factor trinomials completely
 Factoring Trinomials – Intermediate
 Factor Trinomials using AC Method, Leading Coefficient = 1
 Factor Trinomials using AC Method, Leading Coefficient ≠ 1
 Factor Trinomials using Trial and Error
 Factor Trinomials that have a Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
 Finance Formula Prep
 Solve for an indicated value in the formula A = P(1 + rt)
 Solve for an indicated value in the formula A = P(1 + 4/m)^(mt)
 Solve for an indicated value in the formula A = Pe^(rt)
 Finding Equations of Lines
 Find the Equation of a Line Given Any Point and the Slope
 Find the Equation of a Line Given Two Points
 Find the Equation of a Line Given a Point and a Line Parallel or Perpendicular to the Line
 Fractions, Decimals and Percentages
 Convert between Fractions and Decimals
 Conversion between Decimals or Fractions and Percentages
 Percent Equations
 Estimating Percentages
 Calculating Tax
 Percent Applications
 Graphing Linear Equations
 Plotting Ordered Pairs on a Rectangular Coordinate System
 Graphing Linear Equations by Using Table
 Graphing Linear Equations Using the xandy Intercepts
 Graphing Linear Equations Using the yintercept and the Slope
 Graphing Horizontal and Vertical Lines
 Linear and Compound Inequalities
 Solving Linear Inequalities with No Solution and All Real Numbers
 Solving Compound Inequalities with “and”
 Solving Compound Inequalities with “or”
 Solving Compound Inequalities with All Real Numbers and No Solution
 Linear Inequalities
 Writing Interval and Setbuilder Notation
 Solving Linear Inequalities with Variables on One Side
 Solving Linear Inequalities with Variables on Both Sides
 Solving Linear Inequalities by Using the Distributive Property
 Mean, Standard Deviation and Variance
 Determine the Arithmetic Mean of a Variable from Raw Data
 Determine the Standard Deviation of a Variable from Raw Data
 Determine the Variance of a Variable from Raw Data
 Determine the Mean, Standard Deviation, and Variance of a Variable Using the Calculator
 Median, Quartiles and Outliers
 Determine the Median of a Variable from Raw Data
 Determine and Interpret Quartiles
 Determine and Interpret the Interquartile Range
 Check a Set of Data for Outliers
 Mixed Numbers Conversion and Operations
 Changing from Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions & Vice Versa
 Multiplying and Dividing Mixed Numbers
 Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers
 Using a Scientific Calculator to do Operations on Mixed Numbers and Fractions
 Multiplying and Dividing Fractions – Basics
 Find the Factors of a Number
 Reduce a Fraction to Lowest Terms
 Multiplying Fractions
 Dividing Fractions
 Multiplying and Dividing Fractions – Intermediate
 Find the Factors of a Number
 Reduce a Fraction to Lowest Terms
 Simplify an Improper Fraction
 Multiplying Fractions and Mixed Numbers
 Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers
 Using a Scientific Calculator to Work with Fractions
 Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions
 Simplifying Rational Expressions
 Multiplying Rational Expressions
 Dividing Rational Expressions
 Multiplying Polynomials – Basics
 Types of Polynomials
 Multiplying Two Monomials
 Multiplying Any Polynomial by a Monomial
 Multiply Two Binomials
 Multiply the Sum and Difference of the Same Two Terms
 Squaring a Binomial
 Multiplying Polynomials – Intermediate
 Types of Polynomials
 Multiplying Two Monomials
 Multiplying Any Polynomial by a Monomial
 Multiply Two Binomials
 Multiply the Sum and Difference of the Same Two Terms
 Squaring a Binomial
 Multiply Any Two Polynomials
 Multiply More than Two Polynomials
 Negative Numbers
 Adding Integers
 Subtracting Integers
 Multiplying/Dividing Integers
 Normal Distribution
 Finding Probabilities, Percents, or Proportions Using Normalcdf
 Finding the Value of a Normal Random Variable Using InvNorm
 Finding Probabilities, Percents, or Proportions Using Normalcdf without Standardizing
 Finding the Value of a Normal Random Variable Using InvNorm without Standardizing
 Operations on Whole Numbers
 Adding Whole Numbers
 Subtracting Whole Numbers
 Multiplying Whole Numbers
 Dividing Whole Numbers
 Square Roots of Whole Numbers
 Applications
 Percent Applications
 Percent Equation
 Percent Proportion
 Percent Applications
 Calculating Tax and Discounts
 Percent Increase or Decrease
 Performing Hypothesis Test for One Population Proportion
 Testing Hypotheses about a Population Proportion with a Large Sample Size
 Testing Hypotheses about a Population Proportion with a Small Sample Size
 PiecewiseDefined Functions
 Values of a PiecewiseDefined Function
 Graphing PiecewiseDefined Functions
 Absolute Value Functions
 Proportions
 Ratios and Rates
 Unit Rates
 Proportions
 Solve Proportion Applications
 Radicals
 Taking nth Roots with Numbers
 Taking nth Roots with Variables
 Adding and Subtracting Radicals
 Rationalizing Monomial Denominators
 Rationalizing Binomial Denominators
 Rounding and Estimation
 Rounding Whole Numbers
 Rounding Decimal Numbers
 Rounding Fractions and Mixed Numbers
 Estimation
 Sampling Distributions
 Describe the Sampling Distribution
 Calculating Probabilities for Sample Mean
 Calculating Probabilities for Sample Proportion
 Simplifying Expressions
 Simplifying Expressions by Adding/Subtracting Like Terms
 Simplifying Expressions using Distributive Property
 Adding/Subtracting Polynomials
 Solving Formulas
 Solve Linear Equations in Two Variables for y
 Solve a Linear Type Formula for a Specified Variable
 Solve a Rational Type Formula for a Specified Variable
 Solving Linear Equations with Fractions
 Solving Linear Equations Involving Fractions
 Solving Linear Equations with Answers as “No Solution” or “All real numbers”
 Solving Nonlinear Inequalities
 Interval Notation and Set Builder Notation
 Use the Graph of a Function to Solve an Inequality
 Quadratic Inequalities
 Polynomial Inequalities
 Rational Inequalities
 Solving Quadratic Equations
 Solving by taking square roots
 Solve by factoring
 Solve by completing the square
 Solve by using the quadratic formula
 Determine the best method to solve a quadratic equation
 Practice solving by any method
 Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring – Basics
 Solve Quadratic Equations Using Zero Product Property
 Solve Quadratic Equations Using FOIL Factoring
 Solve Quadratic Equations by Factoring Difference of Squares
 Solve Quadratic Equations with a Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
 Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring – Intermediate
 Solve Quadratic Equations having Two Terms using Factoring
 Solve Quadratic Equations using FOIL Factoring
 Solve Quadratic Equations with a Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
 Solving Quadratic Equations with Quadratic Formula – Basics
 Introduction to the Quadratic Formula
 Use the Quadratic Formula to get Exact Answers
 Use the Quadratic Formula to get Approximate Solutions
 Determine if the Quadratic Formula has No Real Solutions
 Decide Which Approach to Use with the Quadratic Formula
 Solving Quadratic Equations using the Quadratic Formula – Intermediate
 Use the Quadratic Formula to get Rational Solutions
 Use the Quadratic Formula to get Irrational Solutions
 Use the Quadratic Formula to get Complex Solutions
 Determine the Type of Solutions in a Quadratic Equation
 Solving Radical Equations – Basics
 Solving Radical Equations with Square Root
 Radical Equations with No Solution
 Solving Radical Equations with Higher Roots
 Solving Radical Equations – Intermediate
 Solving Radical Equations with Square Root
 Radical Equations with No Solution
 Solving Radical Equations with Higher Roots
 Radical Equations Having Two Solutions or Extraneous Solution
 Radical Equations Containing Two Radicals
 Solving Rational Equations
 Rational Equations with One Solution
 Rational Equations with Two Solutions
 Rational Equations with Extraneous Solution
 Solving Simple Linear Equations
 Solving Linear Equations Using Properties of Equality
 Solving MultiStep Linear Equations
 Solving Linear Equations That Can Be Simplified by Combining Like Terms
 Solving Systems of Linear Equations
 Decide Whether a Given Ordered Pair is a Solution of a System
 Solve Systems of Equations by Graphing
 Solve Systems of Equations by Substitution
 Solve Systems of Equations by Elimination
 Special Right Triangles
 Determining the Side Lengths of 45°45°90° Triangles
 Determining the Side Lengths of 30°60°90° Triangles
 Square Roots – Basics
 What is a Square Root?
 Using a Calculator to find a Square Root
 The FiveNumber Summary and Boxplots
 Compute the FiveNumber Summary
 Draw and Interpret Boxplots
 The Language of Hypothesis Testing
 Identify the Null and Alternative Hypotheses
 State Conclusions to Hypothesis Tests
 Trigonometric Ratios
 Using the Sine, Cosine, and Tangent Ratios to Determine Side Lengths in Right Triangles
 Using the Sine, Cosine, and Tangent Ratios to Determine Angle Measures in Right Triangles
 Vertex Form of a Quadratic Function
 Identifying the Vertex from the Vertex Form of a Quadratic Function
 Writing a Quadratic Function with Leading Coefficient 1 in Vertex Form by Completing the Square
 Writing a Quadratic Function with Leading Coefficient not 1 in Vertex Form by Completing the Square