These worksheets contain some of the standard problems from a graded mathematics course. Problem Solving Strategies provide a way for students to focus on what parts of the solution they know, where to look for help if they don't, and which strategies will be most effective for given combinations of knowledge and need.
This is a full version of the file, which contains the non-algebraic part of the worksheet. The algebraic part, which contains worksheets that will be introduced as prerequisite problems, will be added in a separate file. This version of this file contains the algebraic part, and was generated from the algebra part of the file.
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Haskell (pronounced "HASkillet") is a functional programming language based on the lambda calculus. The language is strongly influenced by ML and is intended for both research and teaching. Previous versions of the language have been commonly referred to as Haskell, but the current version is referred to as Haskell 2. Haskell is a strictly higher order language, meaning that data types are expressed in terms of their values, not structures. This capability reflects natural occurrences, where data types are not the subject of an equation, but the results of such a calculation. d2c66b5586