Welcome to Regent's Math Tutoring Center. Located in the Library Suite 102, the Math Tutoring Center provides coaches who are familiar with the challenges of mathematics. Our math tutors offer guidance for undergraduate students enrolled in MATH 101, MATH 102, MATH 201, MATH 211, and Praxis Test Preparations to gain a more complete understanding of their coursework. Tutoring is available in-person and online via Blackboard Collaborate.

The Math Tutoring Center is staffed by trained math students who assist Regent University undergraduate students enrolled in MATH 101, MATH 102, MATH 201, MATH 211, and Praxis Test Preparation. Our primary goal is to help students better understand mathematics concepts and techniques. Therefore, our coaching sessions provide tools for collaboratively improving and strengthening students' understanding.

Students may bring homework to receive help, but it is recommended that they attempt the problems prior to arriving for tutoring in order for an assessment to be made of the students' needs. Math tutors do not complete assignments; rather, they work to help the student better understand the concepts and skills. During a tutoring session, students can expect to be given an explanation of concepts, example problems to complete, and suggestions for ongoing improvement.

NOTE: Math Tutors do not help students with quizzes or exams in accordance with the policies of the Mathematics Department of the university.

The Math Tutoring Center offers one-on-one assistance to any Regent University undergraduate student enrolled in MATH 101, MATH 102, MATH 201, MATH 211, and Praxis Test Preparation. Our coaches help students evaluate the sources of problems they encounter by going through formulas, homework problems, and practice quizzes together to help students gain a more complete understanding of their coursework for future assignments. Coaching is available in-person or via Blackboard Collaborate.

- Coaching is available in 45-55 minute sessions for scheduled appointments.
- "Walk-In" and "Call-In" sessions (15-30 min) are also welcome but are contingent upon coach availability; to ensure accessibility, scheduled appointments are recommended, particularly during peak seasons. Online students may call the Math Tutoring Center for "Call-In" sessions. After a student has received one half-hour of tutoring, they may receive an additional half-hour of tutoring provided the next time slot is unreserved and no "drop-in" students are waiting for assistance. Each student is limited to one hour of tutoring services per day.
- Students are allowed one appointment per day and up to three appointments a week. This limit includes both scheduled appointments and walk-in sessions. Students can also schedule appointments up to two months in advance.

**Math Tutoring Center Hours: **

Monday: 1 pm – 9 pm (EST)

Tuesday: 2 pm – 9 pm (EST)

Wednesday: 1 pm – 9 pm (EST)

Thursday: 2 pm – 9 pm (EST)

Friday: 11 am – 6 pm (EST)

Saturday: CLOSED

Sunday: CLOSED

To schedule an appointment, you must access the Math Tutoring Center's online appointment scheduler and follow these steps:

- Enter your Regent username and password.
- You will see a calendar labeled "Central Scheduling."
- Click on the drop-down arrow to the right of the calendar. Choose "New Appointments."
- Choose "Math Tutoring Center" in the "Work Group" option above "Available Time Slots" calendar.
- Click "Previous" or "Next on the right side of the screen to change available weeks.
- The times and names
*not*labeled "Booked" are available coaching slots. Click one to schedule it.

**Note:**If all the times slots are booked, you may place yourself on the waiting list. - Please read the "Additional Information" section in order to know how to prepare for you appointment.

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**Chapter 0.1-0.2**: Properties of Real Numbers, Exponents, & Scientific Notation**Chapter 0.3**: Polynomials**Chapter 0.4**: Factoring Polynomials**Chapter 0.5**: Working with Rational Expressions**Chapter 0.6**: Rational Exponents & Radicals**Chapter 0.7**: Complex & Imaginary Numbers**Chapters 1, 2, & 3.1-3.2**: Equations and Inequalities, Functions, & Graphing**Section 2.4**: Circles**Sections 3.3-3.5**: Functions & Their Graphs**Section 3.6**: Direct & Inverse Variations**Chapter 4.1**: Quadratic Functions/Parabolas**Chapter 4.2, 4.4, 4.5**: Polynomial Functions, Zeros, & the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra**Chapter 4.3**: Dividing Polynomials**Chapter 4.6**: Rational Functions & Their Graphs**Chapter 5.1-5.5**: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions**Chapter 5.6**: Exponential Growth & Decay**Chapter 6.1 -6.2**: Systems of Linear Equations**Chapter 6.3**: Partial Fractions**Chapter 6.4-6.5**: Systems of Linear Inequalities & Modeling**Chapter 7**: Matrices, Matrix Algebra, Inverses, & Determinants

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**Chapter 2: Limits and Continuity**

**Chapter 2.1**: Rates of Change and Tangents to Curves and 2.2 Intro to Limits**Chapter 2.2**: Limit of a Function and Limit Laws**Chapter 2.3**: The Precise Definition of a Limit**Chapter 2.4**: One-Sided Limits**Chapter 2.5**: Continuity**Chapter 2.6**: Limits Involving Infinity; Asymptotes of Graphs

**Chapter 3: Differentiation**

- Intro to Derivatives
**Chapter 3.1**: Tangents and the Derivative at a Point**Chapter 3.2**: The Derivative as a Function**Chapter 3.4**: The Derivative as a Rate of Change**Chapter 3.6**: The Chain Rule**Chapter 3.6**: The Chain Rule Proof**Chapter 3.7**: Implicit Differentiation**Chapter 3.8**: Related Rates**Chapter 3.9**: Linearization and Differentials

**Chapter 4: Applications of Derivatives**

**Chapter 4.1**: Extreme Values of Functions**Chapter 4.2**: The Mean Value Theorem**Chapter 4.3**: Monotonic Functions and the First Derivative Test and 4.4 Concavity and Curve Sketching**Chapter 4.5**: Applied Optimization**Chapter 4.7**: Antiderivatives

**Chapter 5: Integration**

**Chapter 5.1**: Area and Estimating with Finite Sums and 5.2 Sigma Notation and Limits of Finite Sums**Chapter 5.3**: The Definite Integral Properties**Chapter 5.3**: The Definite Integral and 5.4 The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus Part 2**Chapter 5.4**: The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus Part 1**Chapter 5.5**: Indefinite Integrals and the Substitution Method and 5.6 Definite Integral Substitutions**Chapter 5.6**: Area Between Curves

If assistance is needed at times not listed in the schedule, we recommend the following:

- Contact your instructor directly.
- Use the Smarthinking online tutoring service at no cost (see below).
- View videos related to the topic in question at KhanAcademy.org.
- Email your question to the Regent Math Tutoring Center at mathtutor@regent.edu. In the Subject line of the message, indicate the course in which you are enrolled and the manner in which you will contact the center. We will do our best to reply within 24-48 hours, although special circumstances, including weekends and holidays, may necessitate a longer response time.
- Use Smarthinking Tutoring through the link under Course Tools in the Blackboard materials for your math courses.