Course Web Sites
Course websites are found under the myCourses tab on your myKwantlen page.
- Introduction to Excel by Michael Nyenhuis
- Excel Manual for Statistics by Lin Hammill, Jan Verster and Jim Gunson
- Hypothesis Testing Template
- Introduction to Maple 11
- Maple FAQ: An online document identifying some problems you may run into while using Maple whose solutions are not easy to find in Maple's help pages.
Sample finals are available on the Kwantlen library website. On the library website, click on "Reserves" on the left, type in "Math Instructor," search by instructor, and select the desired course. Each campus library has the same set of sample final exams. Click on either button, and each "URL" is a sample final exam. Note that the sample finals are intended to give you an idea of what types of questions might be asked. The actual final exam may differ markedly from the samples.
Math News and Online Magazines
- The Mathematical Association of America has math news items on its main webpage, and its online journal, Convergence, has many history of math articles.
- The American Mathematical Society has a page summarizing mathematics in the media.
- Plus magazine is a general interest magazine for mathematics from Britain.
- Pi in the Sky is a magazine for high school students (though of interest to others) published by the Canadian Mathematical Society.
- Science Magazine occasionally has mathematics articles.
Math Online Dictionaries and Encyclopedias
- The University of St. Andrews hosts the MacTutor History of Mathematics website. It is quite complete and informative.
- Wolfram Research, the publishers of Mathematica, have a fairly complete Math Encyclopedia.
Only for Kwantlen Mathematics Department faculty. Login as you do for your office PC.