Current list of eDLAs available

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, non-credit 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.

  1. 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
  2. Adding and Subtracting Fractions
    • Adding or subtracting fractions with common denominators
    • Finding the Least Common Denominator
    • Adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators
  3. Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions
    • Finding the Least Common Denominator (LCD)
    • Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. Applications of Rational Equations
    • Work Rate Problems
    • Distance, Rate, and Time Problems
    • Proportion Problems
    • Number Problems
  7. 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
  8. 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)
  9. Binomial Distribution
    • Determining if an Experiment is a Binomial Experiment
    • Calculating Probabilities for a Binomial Distribution
  10. Completing the Square
    • Square Root Property
    • Perfect Square Trinomials
    • Completing the Square when a=1
    • Completing the Square when a≠1
  11. 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
  12. Decimal Operations
    • Place Settings
    • Adding and Subtracting Decimals
    • Multiplying and Dividing with Decimals
  13. 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)
  14. Dividing Polynomials
    • Long Division without Missing Terms
    • Long Division with Missing Terms
    • Factoring Using Long Division
    • Synthetic Division
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. Evaluating Algebraic Expressions
    • Definitions of Constants, Variables, and Expressions
    • Evaluating Algebraic Expressions of One Variable
    • Evaluating Algebraic Expressions of Two Variables
  18. 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
  19. 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
  20. 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
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. Factoring Difference of Squares – Intermediate
    • GCF
    • Fractional Coefficients
    • Grouping
    • Higher Order Exponents
  24. 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
  25. 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
  26. 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
  27. 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)
  28. 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)
  29. 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
  30. Fractions, Decimals and Percentages
    • Convert between Fractions and Decimals
    • Conversion between Decimals or Fractions and Percentages
    • Percent Equations
    • Estimating Percentages
    • Calculating Tax
    • Percent Applications
  31. Graphing Linear Equations
    • Plotting Ordered Pairs on a Rectangular Coordinate System
    • Graphing Linear Equations by Using Table
    • Graphing Linear Equations Using the x-and-y Intercepts
    • Graphing Linear Equations Using the y-intercept and the Slope
    • Graphing Horizontal and Vertical Lines
  32. 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
  33. Linear Inequalities
    • Writing Interval and Set-builder 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
  34. 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
  35. 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
  36. 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
  37. Multiplying and Dividing Fractions – Basics
    • Find the Factors of a Number
    • Reduce a Fraction to Lowest Terms
    • Multiplying Fractions
    • Dividing Fractions
  38. 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
  39. Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions
    • Simplifying Rational Expressions
    • Multiplying Rational Expressions
    • Dividing Rational Expressions
  40. 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
  41. 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
  42. Negative Numbers
    • Adding Integers
    • Subtracting Integers
    • Multiplying/Dividing Integers
  43. 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
  44. Operations on Whole Numbers
    • Adding Whole Numbers
    • Subtracting Whole Numbers
    • Multiplying Whole Numbers
    • Dividing Whole Numbers
    • Square Roots of Whole Numbers
    • Applications
  45. Percent Applications
    • Percent Equation
    • Percent Proportion
    • Percent Applications
    • Calculating Tax and Discounts
    • Percent Increase or Decrease
  46. 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
  47. Piecewise-Defined Functions
    • Values of a Piecewise-Defined Function
    • Graphing Piecewise-Defined Functions
    • Absolute Value Functions
  48. Proportions
    • Ratios and Rates
    • Unit Rates
    • Proportions
    • Solve Proportion Applications
  49. Radicals
    • Taking nth Roots with Numbers
    • Taking nth Roots with Variables
    • Adding and Subtracting Radicals
    • Rationalizing Monomial Denominators
    • Rationalizing Binomial Denominators
  50. Rounding and Estimation
    • Rounding Whole Numbers
    • Rounding Decimal Numbers
    • Rounding Fractions and Mixed Numbers
    • Estimation
  51. Sampling Distributions
    • Describe the Sampling Distribution
    • Calculating Probabilities for Sample Mean
    • Calculating Probabilities for Sample Proportion
  52. Simplifying Expressions
    • Simplifying Expressions by Adding/Subtracting Like Terms
    • Simplifying Expressions using Distributive Property
    • Adding/Subtracting Polynomials
  53. 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
  54. Solving Linear Equations with Fractions
    • Solving Linear Equations Involving Fractions
    • Solving Linear Equations with Answers as “No Solution” or “All real numbers”
  55. 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
  56. 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
  57. 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)
  58. 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)
  59. 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
  60. 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
  61. Solving Radical Equations – Basics
    • Solving Radical Equations with Square Root
    • Radical Equations with No Solution
    • Solving Radical Equations with Higher Roots
  62. 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
  63. Solving Rational Equations
    • Rational Equations with One Solution
    • Rational Equations with Two Solutions
    • Rational Equations with Extraneous Solution
  64. Solving Simple Linear Equations
    • Solving Linear Equations Using Properties of Equality
    • Solving Multi-Step Linear Equations
    • Solving Linear Equations That Can Be Simplified by Combining Like Terms
  65. 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
  66. Special Right Triangles
    1. Determining the Side Lengths of 45°-45°-90° Triangles
    2. Determining the Side Lengths of 30°-60°-90° Triangles
  67. Square Roots – Basics
    • What is a Square Root?
    • Using a Calculator to find a Square Root
  68. The Five-Number Summary and Boxplots
    • Compute the Five-Number Summary
    • Draw and Interpret Boxplots
  69. The Language of Hypothesis Testing
    • Identify the Null and Alternative Hypotheses
    • State Conclusions to Hypothesis Tests
  70. 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
  71. 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