Knewton Prealgebra is designed for a typical one-semester prealgebra course, with topics such as whole numbers, fractions, geometry, and graphing.

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# Prealgebra

ISBN: 978-1-63545-001-9# Elementary Algebra

ISBN: 978-1-63545-008-8Knewton Elementary Algebra is designed for a typical one-semester elementary algebra course, including topics such as real numbers and their operations, graphing lines, and quadratic equations.

# Intermediate Algebra

ISBN: 978-1-63545-009-5Knewton Intermediate Algebra is designed for a typical one-semester intermediate algebra course, including topics such as graphing functions, solving linear equations, radical functions and equations, and the Binomial Theorem.

# Prealgebra & Elementary Algebra

ISBN: 978-1-63545-035-4Knewton Prealgebra & Elementary Algebra combines material from both courses to allow for more flexible curricula in early and developmental math programs.

# Elementary & Intermediate Algebra

ISBN: 978-1-63545-036-1Knewton Elementary & Intermediate Algebra combines material from both courses to allow for more flexible curricula in a variety of math programs.

# Foundations of Math

978-1-63545-037-8Knewton Foundations of Math combines material from Prealgebra, Elementary Algebra, and Intermediate Algebra to allow for flexible combinations of content in varied types of early or developmental math programs.

# College Algebra

ISBN: 978-1-63545-000-2Knewton College Algebra is designed for a typical one-semester course, with topics such as equations and inequalities, polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic function, and systems of equations and inequalities.

# Algebra & Trigonometry

ISBN: 978-1-63545-011-8Knewton Algebra & Trigonometry combines material from both courses to allow for more flexible curricula in a variety of math programs.

# Trigonometry

ISBN: 978-1-63545-022-4Knewton Trigonometry is designed for a typical one-semester trigonometry course, including topics such as radian measures and applications, graphs of trigonometric functions, trigonometric equations, and vectors.

# Survey of Mathematics

ISBN: 978-1-63545-024-8Knewton Survey of Mathematics is designed for a one-semester course covering mathematics that may be encountered in your daily life. The topics covered in this course include sets and logic.

# Finite Mathematics

ISBN: 978-1-63545-026-2Knewton Finite Mathematics is designed for a one-semester course covering mathematics applicable for students in business, social sciences, life sciences, or economics.

# Precalculus

ISBN: 978-1-63545-002-6Knewton Precalculus is designed for a typical one-semester precalculus course, with topics including periodic functions, trigonometric identities and equations, and limits and continuity.

# Statistics

ISBN: 978-1-63545-003-3Knewton Statistics is designed for a typical one-semester statistics course, with topics including sampling and data, probability, normal distribution, and confidence intervals.

# Calculus Early Transcendentals

ISBN: 978-1-63545-010-1Knewton Calculus is designed for a typical three-semester general calculus course, with topics including limits, differentiation, integration, sequences and series, vectors, multivariable calculus, and second-order differential equations.

# Single Variable Calculus

ISBN: 978-1-63545-038-5Knewton Single Variable Calculus is designed for a typical two-semester general calculus course, including topics such as limits, differentiation, integration, and sequences and series.

# Finite Mathematics with Calculus

ISBN: 978-1-63545-027-9Knewton Finite Mathematics with Calculus is designed for a one-semester course covering topics such as systems of linear equations and matrices, mathematics of finance, logic, statistics, and multivariable calculus.

# Business Statistics

ISBN: 978-1-63545-029-3Knewton Business Statistics is designed for a one-semester introductory statistics course with a business focus, including topics such as sampling and data, descriptive statistics, and confidence intervals.

# Business Calculus

ISBN: 978-1-63545-025-5Knewton Business Calculus is designed for a one-semester customizable Business Calculus course, including such topics as limits and the derivative, integration, multivariable calculus, and Taylor polynomials.

# Quantitative Reasoning

ISBN: 978-1-63545-052-1Knewton Quantitative Reasoning is a 1 – 2 semester course intended for students who require quantitative literacy skills. Many students pursuing a degree that has a general education math requirement will take this course.

# Statistical Reasoning

ISBN: 978-1-63545-022-4Knewton Statistical Reasoning is a 1 – 2 semester course introducing basic concepts of logic and applications of statistics. Many students pursuing a degree that has a general education math requirement will take this course.

# Microeconomics

ISBN: 978-1-63545-005-7Knewton Microeconomics is designed for a typical single semester introduction to microeconomics course, including topics such as supply and demand, elasticity, and consumer choice.

# Macroeconomics

ISBN: 978-1-63545-006-4Knewton Macroeconomics is designed for a typical single semester introduction to macroeconomics course, including topics such as GDP, inflation, aggregate demand and aggregate supply, monetary policy, and international trade.

# Principles of Economics

ISBN: 978-1-63545-039-2Knewton Principles of Economics is designed for a customizable one or two semester introduction to microeconomics and macroeconomics course, including such topics as supply and demand, monetary policy, international trade, and elasticity.

# Survey of Economics

ISBN: 978-1-63545-028-6Knewton Survey of Economics is designed for a one-semester customizable introduction to microeconomics and macroeconomics course, including such topics as supply and demand, monetary policy, international trade, and elasticity.

# Principles of General Chemistry

ISBN: 978-1-63545-004-0Knewton Principles of General Chemistry is designed for a typical two-semester introduction to chemistry course, including topics such as atoms, molecules, and ions, substances and solutions, kinetics, and electrochemistry.

# Introduction to Chemistry

ISBN: 978-1-63545-054-5Knewton Introduction to Chemistry aims to develop the basic chemical principles, such as atomic structure, chemical classifications, bonding, chemical reactions, gas laws, and thermodynamics. The course was developed to meet the scope and sequence of a typical one semester Introductory Chemistry course for non-chemistry majors.

# General, Organic, and Biochemistry

ISBN: 978-1-63545-055-2General, Organic, and Biochemistry is a 1- or 2-semester course intended for students whose professional goals require an understanding of chemistry, but not a mastery of it.

Many students studying health-related majors may take this course.

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