In our Algebra course, we rely on the concept of paraphrasing.
For example, if we wanted to use a calculator to solve the problem 383 + — = 982 we would rewrite the problem
in the equivalent form 982 – 383 = —. In essence this is what Algebra helps us do – use the rules of arithmetic
to paraphrase problems into equivalent ones!
Our Calculus courses come in two flavors vanilla (for the everyday person) and chocolate (for the traditionalist).