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.
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".
The ability to print problem sets is currently under construction. This page will be updated with information on how to create and print custom problem sets once the feature is restored.