MathSpace (For Developmental Math)

Students studying in MathSpace

For students taking a Developmental Math course (Math 093/097/098/099 and Developmental Cluster Courses), as well as the Hi-Set (https://hiset.ets.org), the MathSpace is a great resource for achieving success.

The MathSpace features:

  • Four rooms equipped with 64 computer terminals for students to complete math homework assignments.

  • Four Black and White, Laser Printers for student printing, one printer in each of the four rooms.

  • Tool such as Pearson's MyMathLab (for Math 093, Math 097, and Math 099), Open Learning Initiative (Carnegie Mellon University for Math 098 Pre-Statistics) can be used to work on homework assignments.

  • Students can use the MathSpace to access video lectures (please bring your own headphones), animations and multimedia textbooks to improve their understanding of course content.

  • Students can learn how to use specialized math software such as Mini Tab (used in Math 098), Mathematica 8, MathType, TI Interactive, Sketchpad and Derive.

  • If you need help with College Level Mathematics please see the TASC Center in room E174 under the Library. (http://www.bhcc.edu/tasc/)

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