Math CLEP Prep College Mathematics and Math CLEP Prep College Algebra show you how to solve problems similar to those in the CLEP official study guide. They contain explanations as well as some review of topics covered by the tests.

But what if you need more review?

There’s lots of math review available for free on the Web. This page contains links to pages that address the specific topic areas covered on the CLEP College Algebra test. This page contains an awful lot of stuff, but it’s set up to help you find just what you need.

It’s all at PurpleMath.com, an algebra site on which I rely because it’s accurate and its explanations are great. In the coming months I’ll be looking for more: something for College Mathematics as well as something in a different format – maybe videos. I’d love to hear your suggestions. Reach out to me at jill@jillhacker.com

**Algebraic operations (25%)**

- operations with exponents
- factoring and expanding polynomials
- factoring
- expanding
- FOIL
- binomial theorem (There is another link to this page in the section on number systems and operations.)

- operations with algebraic expressions
- absolute value
- properties of logarithms

**Equations and inequalities (25%)**

- linear equations and inequalities
- equations
- inequalities

- quadratic equations and inequalities
- absolute value equations and inequalities
- systems of equations and inequalities
- exponential and logarithmic equations

**Functions and their properties (30%) **

- definition, interpretation, and representation/modeling (graphical, numerical, symbolic, and verbal)
- domain and range
- evaluation of functions
- algebra of functions
- graphs and their properties (including intercepts, symmetry, and transformations):
- overview
- intercepts
- symmetry See also this page about even and odd functions.
- transformations. See also the pages that follow.

- inverse functions

**Number systems and operations (20%): **

- real numbers and complex numbers
- complex numbers
- sequences and series

- factorials and binomial theorem
- factorials
- binomial theorem (There is another link to this page in the section on algebraic operations.)

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