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Aug 19 2014

NYIT Cybersecurity Conference 2014

Aug 18 2014

NYIT and Turkish Partner YTU Offer Dual Master’s Degrees

Aug 08 2014

Student-Doctors Begin NYIT Osteopathic Medical Education

Aug 05 2014

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Aug 04 2014

NSF Awards NYIT Grant for Sputtering System to Support Nano/Micro-Fabrication Research

Aug 25 2014

Information Session About New ‘Minor in Energy Science, Technology and Policy’

Aug 26 2014

Graduate Enrollment Day

Aug 27 2014

School of Health Professions State of the School Address

Aug 27 2014

Graduate Enrollment Day

Aug 29 2014

New Student Orientation - Old Westbury

Mathematics and Physics Resources

Whether you are a life science, engineering, or computer science major, you need to know math and physics. Even if you are not in a math based major, you will have to take at least one math course, and anything you can do to boost your grade will help your GPA in the long run. Check out these links below on a variety of topics that include video tutorials, study guides, and practice questions.

Math Help:

  • The Math Center: The Math Center on each campus is staffed by math faculty and can help you review for tests and go over material presented in class. Visit their website for locations and hours.
  • CliffsNotes - Math: These study guides can help you solidfy your knowledge before the big test in areas such as algebra, calculus, statistics, trigonometry, and differential equations. Make sure to review these often to boost your overall comprehension of the topics covered in your course.
  • Brightstorm - Math: This site has a comprehensive collection of math video tutorials that can help you understand difficult concepts. The tutorials cover algebra, precalculus, calculus, trigonometry, and geometry.
  • Khan Academy - Algebra: Khan Academy is known all over the world for provding top quality video tutorials on a large variety of subjects. This link will take you to a site with tutorials on linear equations, quadratics, rational expressions, logorithms, imaginary and complex numbers, and more.
  • Khan Academy - Calculus: Just like for algebra (and many other subjects - feel free to explore Khan Academy's entire site), this site will provide you with video tutorials on subjects such as derivatives, divergence theorem, and surface integrals, just to name a few.
  • Khan Academy - Trigonometry: Some of the subjects covered in the tutorials on this site include basic trigonometry, radians, and inverse functions, among others.
  • Meta-Calculator: This link is an online calculator that offers many types of calculators, including graphing calculators, scientific calculators, and statistics calculators.
  • Wolfram/Alpha Homework Helper: This computational engine can provide solutions to your math problems. This should be used to check problems once you have already worked through them for practice.

Physics Help:

  • Khan Academy - Physics: With tutorials on subjects ranging from magnetism to thermodynamics, this site will provide you with tools you need to understand difficult concepts.
  • Brightstorm - Physics: Videos ranging from the most basic concepts all the way to quantum physics. Make sure to check out this site to solidify your comprehension.
  • Sparknotes: Sparknotes offers study guides and reviews for the following topics in physics: vectors, kinematics, dynamics, work, energy and power, linear momentum, rotational motion, oscillations, gravitation, thermodynamics, magnetic fields, optics, and special relativity.
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