In this section, you will find books, journals, videos, websites, and supplementary online courses. Explore these resources for material to support your studies at Algonquin College.
This program demonstrates data sets and linear functions by graphing current oil consumption and then using the data to predict future demand.
Part of the series 'Algebra Applications'
In this program, Professor Marcus de Sautoy discusses mathematical models that help predict outcomes, touching on game theory, chaos theory, and the butterfly effect.
Probability uses a mathematical model to make predictions about the real world, while statistics uses real world data to draw conclusions about a mathematical model.
In this program quadratic functions are used to model the arc of footballs and fireworks as they fall, and to determine how fast a car was moving at the time of an accident.
Part of the series 'Algebra Applications'
This program investigates the bees’ changing population as part of an exploration of variables, expressions, and equations.
Part of the series 'Algebra Applications'
Math magazine for general math students ages 12-16 and their teachers. Articles and activities focus on problem solving, math on the job, consumer math, and computation practice.