Many questions can quickly be answered in this way.

College Algebra & ILC Hours

[The ILC (Interactive Learning Center) is located in the Southeast corner, 4th floor, of Miller Nichols Library]

- Mathematics Videos: College Algebra and Calculus I
- Open Office Hours - Full-Time Faculty
- Department-Verified Private Tutors for Hire

- Math Success Lab (Department of Mathematics and Statistics)

[For the Calculus I, II, III sequence: Math 210, 220, 250, and, for Math 216, 300, 301, and 345.] - Mathematics and Science Tutoring (MaST)

[For Math 100, 110, 116, 120, 125, 130, 140, 206, 210, 220, and Stat 235.] - SCE (School of Computing and Engineering) Math Tutoring

- Rough Guide to Surviving Mathematics Classes (PDF format)

[Advice from students and alumni of our department] - Open (free) Online Mathematics Courses

**FREE**- Trigonometry text [PDF] by UMKC Emeritus Mathematics Professor James Foran- Math Anxiety Links (from UM - Rolla)
- UMKC Counseling, Health & Testing Center [Includes a Test Anxiety, etc. page.]
- The Most Common Errors in Undergraduate Mathematics

[Eric Schechter, Vanderbilt University] - Student to Student Advice about Selected Undergraduate Mathematics Courses

[Math 110, 206, 210, 220]

- An entire set of College Algebra (Math 110) and Calculus I (Math 210) course lectures with problems on video is available for viewing on UMKC's YouTube EDU channel.
- A complete description of these videos, and a list of topics covered on them, can be read at

VSI College Algebra and at VSI Calculus I.

The full-time faculty offices are open, during their stated office hours,

to students in 100 level or 200 level mathematics courses to come for help

whenever their instructors are not available. BACK to Top of Page

[Last Updated: 20 March 2013] Listed below are persons who will do private tutoring in mathematics. The academic records of these persons have been verified and deemed adequate by the Department for tutoring at the levels indicated. All appointments, meeting places, and fees are strictly

**Elizabeth Appelbaum**, Ph.D., (913) 339-9407, eappelbaum70@gmail.com : All levels.**Ari Bavel**, (913) 406-3144, aribavel@att.net : College Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus I, Differential Equations, etc.**Angie Dresch-Ramphal**, (816) 361-2798, mymtss@yahoo.com, MA in Curriculum and Instruction with emphasis in Mathematics: All levels except Calculus III and Differential Equations. Use of up-to-date techniques, and patience; Location 89^{th}and Holmes.**Richard Kaufman**, Ph.D. (913) 645-0074 (cell), (913) 642-7359 (home) richkaufmanpv@hotmail.com : Geometry, Trigonometry, High School and College Algebra, Calculus I - II, Discrete Math, Statistics; meets in Prairie Village, KS, except on Sundays when he can also meet at UMKC**Peter McCandless**, Ph.D., (816) 896-0048 (cell), (941) 723-5096, peter57@mac.com : All levels.**Jason Pallett**, (913) 205-6713 (home), (816) 604-2543 (work), Jason.Pallett@mcckc.edu : Math 100, 110, 120, 125, 206, 210, 220, 250, 345.**Breanne Dustin**, M.S., breannedee1@gmail.com: Through Calculus II only.

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