Each review is designed to prepare you for your quantitative course at UB by reviewing the necessary mathematical skills required for a good foundation in that course. All reviews are taught by ALC Math Coordinator Yoosef Khadem.
You can participate in person or online through our virtual classroom. To reserve an in-person seat, RSVP through UB's web calendar. If you're interested in joining us online, contact the ALC for more information.
If you’re enrolled in UB’s College Algebra (MATH 111), brush up on your algebra skills with this free review of prerequisite skills designed just for your class. [Recording and handout will be available after Sept. 15]
Wednesday, Aug. 20, 6-8 p.m.
If you’re enrolled in UB’s Introductory Statistics (MATH 115), review the algebra you’ll need for this introductory statistics class. See how algebra will be used and get acquainted with common symbols used in statistics. Included will be a review of order of operations, square roots, exponents and evaluating formulas. We’ll also review how to use the scientific calculator. [Recordings and handout will be available after Sept. 15]
If you’re enrolled in either Statistical Data Analysis (OPRE 202) or Data Analysis and Decisions (OPRE 505), take advantage of this free review of introductory statistics. Topics will include basic probability, calculating measures of location and variation, working with normal distribution and calculating probabilities using the normal curve. [Recordings and handout will be available after Sept. 15]
If you’re enrolled in UB's Business Applications of Decision Science (OPRE 315), take advantage of this free review of prerequisite skills. Topics will include solving and graphing linear equations and linear inequalities, solving two equations with two unknowns and formulating basic word problems. [Recordings and handout will be available after Sept. 15]
Part 1: Saturday, Sept. 6, 10 a.m.-noon
Part 2: Saturday, Sept. 13, 10 a.m.-noon
If you’re enrolled in Biostatistics (HSMG 632), this review will get you off to a good start. You’ll brush up on decimals and percentages as well as learn how to evaluate formulas using either a scientific calculator or Excel. [Recording and handout will be available after Sept. 15]
Saturday, Aug. 23, 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.