The Mathematics Department runs a free virtual tutoring center staffed by undergraduates. No appointment is necessary. Just stop by with your textbook and homework, get to work, and ask your questions as they arise. The Center is open five days a week and serves students registered for MATH 6A, 40, 45, 50, 61, 61A, 71, and 72.

## Schedule

Online Mathematics Tutoring will start on Monday, February 8.

To all students in Math 6A, 40, 45, 50, 61A, 71, or 72

The schedule for Zoom tutoring for Fall 2020 will be posted soon.

### How to access the Zoom Room

On blackboard, first locate the course titled Math Tutoring in which you see a link on the left menu named Zoom Room. Then follow the steps below:

- When you click the Zoom Room, it will take you to the schedule.
- Then click Join.
- If prompted (this maybe unnecessary), follow the on-screen instructions to download and install the Zoom software.
- If prompted, click Join with Computer Audio.

If you are planning to use a tablet or phone, you’ll need to download the app in advance. In that case, the way to log in is by selecting SSO to sign in and entering “Hofstra” as the company domain. This will redirect you to your Hofstra portal.

Some tips:

- Use the Microphone/Mute button to turn the microphone on/off and adjust settings. Use the Start Video buttons to turn the webcam on/off and adjust settings.
- Click Share to open a screen share to show a document you would like to share, including a wrd file, a pdf file, PowerPoints, websites, etc.
- Click Chat to open up the chat text box.

If you have any questions, you may contact the coordinator, Dr. Mmmmo at matbzm@hofstra.edu

### Math 06

All links below are courtesy of Professor Stefan Waner.

### Math 40

- Gauss - Jordan Elimination Introduction Unique Solution

presented by Professor Peter Grassi - Gauss - Jordan Elimination No Solution

presented by Professor Peter Grassi - Gauss - Jordan Elimination Infinite Number of Solutions

presented by Professor Peter Grassi - Introduction to the Simplex Method - Standard Maximum Problem

presented by Professor Peter Grassi - The Simplex Method - Duality

presented by Professor Peter Grassi - The Simplex Method - NonStandard Maximum Problem

presented by Professor Peter Grassi - The Simplex Method - NonStandard Minimum Problem

presented by Professor Peter Grassi

The following links are from Professor Stefan Waner's website.

- Functions from the Numerical, Algebraic, and Geometric Viewpoints Game Version
- Functions and Models Game Version
- Linear Functions and Models Game Version
- Linear Regression
- Systems of Two Equations in Two Unknowns
- Using Matrices to Solve Systems of Equations Game Version
- Applications of Systems of Equations
- Matrix Addition and Scalar Multiplication Game Version
- Matrix Multiplication Game Version
- Matrix Inversion
- Game Theory Game Version
- Input-Output Models
- Solving Linear Programming Problems Graphically Game Version
- The Simplex Method for Standard Linear Programming Problems Game Version
- The Simplex Method for General Linear Programming Problems Game Version

### Math 45

All links below are courtesy of Professor Stefan Waner.

- Sample Spaces and Events Game Version
- Relative Frequency Game Version
- Probability and Probability Models Game Version
- Conditional Probability and Independence Game Version
- Bayes' Theorem and Applications
- Random Variables and Distributions
- Bernoulli Trials and Binomial Random Variables
- Measures of Central Tendency
- Measures of Dispersion

### Math 61/61A and 71

- All links below are courtesy of Professor Stefan Waner.
- Functions from the Numerical, Algebraic, and Geometric Viewpoints Game Version
- Functions and Models Game Version
- Linear Functions and Models Game Version
- Linear Regression
- Quadratic Functions and Models
- Exponential Functions and Models
- Limits: Numerical and Graphical Approach Game Version
- Limits and Continuity Game Version
- Limits and Continuity: Algebraic Approach Game Version
- Average Rate of Change Game Version
- The Derivative: Numerical and Graphical Viewpoints Game Version
- The Derivative: Algebraic Viewpoint Game Version
- Derivatives of Powers, Sums and Constant Multiples Game Version
- The Product and Quotient Rule Game Version
- The Chain Rule Game Version
- Derivatives of Logarithmic and Exponential Functions Game Version
- Maxima and Minima
- Applications of Maxima and Minima
- Analyzing Graphs
- Related Rates
- The Indefinite Integral Game Version
- Substitution in the Indefinite Integral Game Version
- The Definite Integral: Numerical and Graphical Approaches Game Version
- The Definite Integral: Algebraic Approach and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus