Getting Started Quickly

Choose one of the 18 numbered problem sets from the sidebar on the left. Each link will take you to a list of problems, filtered down from the entire library to the set you chose.
The sets increase in difficulty from 1 to 18 and each is comprised of subsets for 5 different courses: prealgebra, algebra, geometry, algebra/trig, and precalculus math.

If you would like to focus on a specific course within this problem set, use the dropdown menu "Course" and click "Apply". A set of 5 to 8 problems will appear.

Click the "Create Document" button to load these problems into the Document Creator. Enter a title for your document in the field labeled "Title" at the top of the page, then click the "Make Document" button at the bottom.

Your browser will download a PDF.
N.B., if you're just getting started using nonroutine problems with your students, we strongly suggest that you read the advice in the essay "Getting Started with Students".
For more flexibility in making a problem set, see the "Browsing & Downloading" section of the User Guide.