MathMax Web Site
This Web site is a valuable online resource for both instructors and student users of the MathMax developmental
math paperback series. Teachers can find additional materials to enhance their courses, while students can strengthen
their understanding through extended chapter openers, interactive math tutorials, practice exercises, and chapter
reviews; all written specifically to accompany the book content.
The MathMax Web Site ssupports the MathMax developmental math paperback
series, which includes the following titles:
- Basic Mathematics© 1999; Bittinger
- Introductory Algebra© 1999; Bittinger
- Intermediate Algebra © 1999; Bittinger
- Intermediate Algebra© (Alternate Version) 2000; Bittinger
- Introductory and Intermediate Algebra © 1999; Bittinger/Beecher
- Fundamental Mathematics© 1999; Bittinger
- Developmental Mathematics© 2000; Bittinger/Beecher
- Prealgebra© 2000; Bittinger/Ellenbogen
MathMax Web Site Features
This Web site currently offers a full array of resources to help students strengthen their understanding of
the mathematics they are studying: InterAct Math software tutorials, Extra Practice Worksheets, Chapter Reviews,
and extended chapter openers.
- InterAct Math is an interactive tutorial that allows students to work through exercises with hints,
guided solutions, and immediate feedback. The InterAct plug-in (the Internet version of the AW InterAct Math Tutorial
Software) can be downloaded from this site and used to work the exercises in a Web browser. (Available for Windows
95 or 98 platform only.)
- Extra Practice Worksheets are available for selected sections throughout the book. Each worksheet provides
additional exercises for a specific section (or sections)of the book. Using the Adobe Acrobat Reader, students
can download and print the worksheet, work the exercises, then return to the Web site to compare their answers
to those provided.
- Chapter Reviews are available for selected sections throughout the book. Each worksheet provides additional
exercises for a specific section (or sections)of the book. Using the Adobe Acrobat Reader, students can download
and print the worksheet, work the exercises, then return to the Web site to compare their answers to those provided.
- Extended Chapter Openers build on the real world applications provided as chapter openers in the textbook.
The Web site's chapter openers provides links to related Web sites for further exploration. These links provide
students and instructors with an excellent opportunity for devising additional application projects.
- In addition to the main features described above, students and teachers can get in-depth information about
all of the supplements and learning resources available for MathMax: The Bittinger System of Instruction. Instructors
can also benefit from a special section--written by a member of the Bittinger author team--that offers tips for
presenting those topics that students have difficulty grasping.
- In order to properly view all of the material on this site, you must:
- be using a Web browser
(preferably version 3.0 or above of Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer)
- download the InterAct plug-in
(The InterAct plug-in is available for Windows 95 or 98 platform only.)
- download the Adobe Acrobat Reader
MathMax Web Site