# ALEKS

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## OverviewEdit

**ALEKS** (Assessment and LEarning in Knowledge Spaces) is an online, adaptive artificial intelligence engine that can teach you math from K-12 and through **college algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, and statistics**. It works by the following method:

- Asks you a type of problem, e.g. "solving quadratics by factoring."
- If you get the problem wrong, it thoroughly explains that specific problem and the strategies used to solve it, and then asks you another problem of the same type.
- Once you get several right in a row, it adds that problem as a "learned topic" to your progress chart and then asks you another question, e.g. "solving quadratics by completing the square."
- Repeat until complete.

## Why is ALEKS important?Edit

- It is
**accepted as direct credit**for math coursework by all of the Big 3. For Thomas Edison, ALEKS trigonometry fulfills your precalculus requirement for a business degree. - You only need to reach
**70% to pass**-- you don't need to take a whole course, just reach 70% on a periodic assessment test and you are done. - It only costs
**$20 per month**-- much cheaper than even a CLEP test.

## ResourcesEdit

- ALEKS home page
- ALEKS promotional tour video
- Some helpful resources for learning math are available in the Study Guides section