## Student Resources

Jump to Marysville or to on-line resources.

Student Code of Conduct

Please read the Student Code of Conduct.

## Campus Resources

### Marysville

Resource | Location | Contact or other info |
---|---|---|

Math Boot Camp | TBA | Sarah Kovacs at skovacs@yccd.edu John Steverson at jstevers@yccd.edu |

Hard Math Cafe and Annex |
M-700 M-702 |
530-634-7721 drop-in individual math help; a place for your homework or study group to work |

College Success Center | M-1100 | 530-741-6759 sign-up small-group tutoring |

Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSP&S) | M-1800 | 530-741-6795 provides educational services and access for students with documented disabilities |

Yuba College Library | M-1100 | 530-741-6755 search the Library Catalog on-line |

## On-line Resources

- Sample common final exams for Math 111, 101 (formerly 50), and 52
- Video tour of MyMathLab especially for Math 101 (formerly 50) and 52 students
In order to watch these videos you need RealPlayer installed. If you do not have RealPlayer, you can download it free of charge at www.realplayer.com.

- Print your own graph paper: source 1; source 2; source 3
- Links to software, &c.

## Fun stuff

- MAA math videos introduce a variety of topics
*e*to the*i pi*equals minus one (mp3)- Pi (video)
- Mathemagic; Secrets of Mental Math
- Proofs (fun)
- SpiroGraph (hypo- and epicycloids)
- Grandma Problem
- Hyperseeing
- Paul Halmos: In His Own Words

## Help for your math class

- What is math for?
- Coping with math anxiety
- Success in mathematics
- The MacTutor History of Mathematics
- Math Forum @ Drexel
- National Curve Bank
- Animated GIFs from Wolfram MathWorld
- Tutorials for the Calculus Phobe
- â€‹Khan Academy Algebra Basics
- Calculus Animations,Graphics and Lecture Notes
- What every scientist should know about floating-point arithmetic (html or pdf)

## Typesetting math

- What is TeX/LaTeX?
- What is New in LaTeX?: part I
- What is New in LaTeX?: part II
- What is New in LaTeX?: part III
- What is New in LaTeX?: part IV
- What is New in LaTeX?: part V
- What is New in LaTeX?: part VI
- Short Math Guide for LaTeX
- A gentle learning curve for LaTeX
- LaTeX & TeX Web sites
- Mathematical Illustrations
- TeX Users Group (links to download TeX here)

## What to do with a math degree

UCLA Department of Mathematics 2007 Commencement Address

Speaker: Danica McKellar, star of TV's *The Wonder Years*, author of several math books,

and (with D. Chayes and B. Winn) "Percolation and Gibbs states multiplicity for ferromagnetic Ashkin-Teller models on Z^{2}".

- Why do math: highlights solutions to many problems in science, society and our everyday lives
- Mathematician is best occupation in U.S. (
*Wall Street Journal*, 2009) - Early Career Profiles: Recent bachelors-level graduates in the mathematical sciences
- Thinking of a Career in Applied Mathematics?
- Career and Employment Resources for Mathematics Students
- Math in the Media
- Feature Column: monthly essays on mathematical topics

## Library Resources

- Math Horizons: Yuba College Library has a subscription to Math Horizons which is a mathematics magazine for students.
- Our library also has a good selection of books about mathematics and related fields.

## Miscellaneous

- Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)
- The Connected Curriculum Project (CCP)
- Problems, Resources, and Issues in Undergraduate Mathematics Studies (PRIMUS)
- random.org
- Clay Mathematics Institute
- Math words, and some other words, of interest
- MAAvideo's Channel
- Examples of great mathematical writing

Click here to return to the Math Department Web page.

Last modified on March 2, 2018. (Please report dead links.)