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Mathematics: Mathematics

Web sites, books, and journal articles on mathematics.

About this page

This page provides tips for choosing the best resources to assist with your mathematics studies.

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Resources for Your Mathematics Studies

Mathematics Resources

The Learning Resources & Career Center offers tutoring in mathematics to all registered RTC students.  They are open Monday - Friday, 9AM - 6PM, in Room C102.  Tutors are available from 11AM - 6PM.

Questions? Email them at


How To Find the Information You Need.

Broad Searches  If you want to see large amounts of information - books, journal articles, DVDs and more -  and you don’t mind looking at a few things that you might not need, use RTC's OneSearch.


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Focused Searches  When you know exactly what you need.

  • If you need journal articles, click on the Articles tab, and learn about CINAHL, ProQuest, and other databases.
  •  If you need books, click on the Books tab, and learn how to find books in the RTC Library Catalog, or eBooks in RTC databases.
  • If you need web resources, click on the Web Sites tab. This page lists helpful web sites on many accounting topics. 


Not Finding What You Want?

  • Try another way of describing your topic.  Instead of "car" try "automobile". Instead of "movie" try "motion picture".
  • Think about the age of the material you need.
    • If you are researching something that is a established fact, try books or encyclopedias (found in the RTC Catalog or online in the Gale eBook encyclopedia collection), or eBooks (found in Credo Reference or the Community College eBook collection through the RTC Library Database page). Examples of established facts include "a description of how anesthesia works", or "operating room safety".
    • If you are researching something new, like "the latest trends in pain management" , try journal and newspaper articles (found in CINAHL or ProQuest on the database page.)


Need More Help?

 If you're not sure what you need, or how to begin, come in to RTC Library, call us at (425) 232-2331, or email us at If it's after hours, try our reference chat service AskWA.  We'll be glad to help.

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