Math Resources

Math Emporium

The Math Emporium is a series of nine one-credit-hour courses, of which three can be taken in one semester.  The courses build foundational math skills and critical thinking skills that are needed in higher level math courses (MTH125, Precalculus, and above) and in courses that use mathematics (ie, CHM141, PHY161, and others). 

Topics range from basic arithmetic to quadratics and function introduction.  Which courses a student takes are determined by placement tests that measure mastery of the content in each of the Math Emporium courses.  Students only take the courses for which they have not shown mastery of the content.

As of fall 2017 semester, MTH002, MTH101, and MTH102 will no longer be offered.

If you have already taken a math course or courses at Miami Regionals below the MTH125 level, or if you have transfer credit for one of these courses, you will already have credit for the Math Emporium classes according to the following table: 

Miami Math Emporium Equivalencies
Miami Math Course Emporium Equivalency
MTH001 Math Emporium MTH011
MTH002 Math Emporium MTH012 and MTH013
MTH101 Math Emporium MTH014, MTH015 and MTH016
MTH102 Math Emporium MTH017, MTH018 and MTH019

Online Math Emporium Course Registration Form for Oxford Students

If you are an Oxford student ONLY: submit a form to register for one of the ONLINE sections of Math Emporium (MTH 011)

Pre-Calculus

Pre-Calculus has tutors available for one-on-one appointments through our office. There are in person one-on-one as well as online tutoring through Google Hangouts. You can make an appointment on either the Middletown Campus or the Hamilton Campus. Please contact your respective campuses to make an appointment or go through the online portal SSC.

The following videos are some of the most commonly asked questions we have heard in our center:

The Unit Circle

Inverse Trigonometric Functions

Trigonometric Identities to Solve Problems

Imaginary and Complex Numbers

You can find a whole range of topics at Khan Academy's Pre-Calculus section in the form of videos and problems.

Calculus

Calculus has tutors available for one-on-one appointments through our office. There are in person one-on-one as well as online tutoring through Google Hangouts. You can make an appointment on either the Middletown Campus or the Hamilton Campus. Please contact your respective campuses to make an appointment or go through the online portal SSC.

The following videos are some of the most commonly asked questions we have heard in our center:

Formal Definition for a Limit

Intermediate Value Theorem

Evaluation of Limits

Formal Definition of Derivative

Basic Differentiation Rules

Implicit Differentiation

Mean Value Theorem

L'Hôpital's Rule

Related Rates

Optimization

Riemann Sums

Introduction to Indefinite Integrals

Definite Integrals as Area

Fundamental Theorem of Calculus

You can find a whole range of topics at Khan Academy’s Calculus section in the form of videos and worksheets to help hone your calculus skills. They have resources based on Differential Calculus and Integral Calculus to help you through Calculus 1.