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Engineering Technology Mathematics Dawson

Welcome to the Dawson College Engineering Technology Math Skills Tutorial!

This tutorial has been created by a group of faculty members to assist you navigate your first year Engineering Technology programs and the Mathematics Skills you will be required to master in order to succeed in your courses.

This Tutorial is meant to be a resource where you can refresh your skills before you use them in your courses, prep for exams or to clarify or enhance your understanding of a particular Math Skill.


How to start?

If you are ready to begin, please consult the side bar tab, and click on the Mathematics Self Evaluation Heading. In this section you can take a diagnostic test that will evaluate your mastery of many of the basic mathematics skills you will need this year.


Already taken the Mathematics Self Evaluation?

Browse the left hand side tab bar for the different Mathematics Categories available in this tutorial. There are videos and practice math problems.

Confusing Terminology?

Have you forgotten what a polynomial is? Check out the Wiki for a list of terms! Do you have a better definition? Please add it! Make it better for you and your classmates.


Interested in peer tutoring?

This year the Engineering Technology programs are teaming up with the Academic Skills Centre and you can schedule peer tutoring with an Engineering Tech student from your program in one of the Engineering Technology Labs. The Lab schedules are available in the top Navigation Tab Bar entitled Tutorial Schedules, along with contact information for booking an appointment with one of your fellow Engineering Technology peers.

Requirements

Knowledge of basic Mathematics.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to buy a textbook?

No, a free online version of Chemistry: Principles, Patterns, and Applications, First Edition by Bruce Averill and Patricia Eldredge will be available, though you can purchase a printed version (published by FlatWorld Knowledge) if you’d like.

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  1. Course Number

    Math101
  2. Classes Start

    Jan 01, 2016
  3. Classes End

    Jun 30, 2018
  4. Estimated Effort

    12:00
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