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Liberal Arts Mathematics 1 addresses the need for an elective course that focuses on reinforcing, deepening, and extending a student's mathematical understanding. Liberal Arts Mathematics 1 starts with a review of problem-solving skills before moving on to a variety of key algebraic, geometric, and statistical concepts. Throughout the course, students hone their computational skills and extend their knowledge through problem solving and real-world applications. Course topics include problem solving; real numbers and operations; functions and graphing; systems of linear equations; polynomials and factoring; geometric concepts such as coordinate geometry and properties of geometric shapes; and descriptive statistics. Within each Liberal Arts Mathematics 1 lesson, students are supplied with a scaffolded note-taking guide, called a Study Sheet, and are given ample opportunity to practice computations in low-stakes Checkup activities before moving on to formal assessment.
We've updated the Topics page of our website to better organize and share our expert content. Read more about it here. August in Other College Majors. Also i'm not sure if I should major in humanities or liberal arts. August Replies to: What type of math do you take when majoring in liberal arts and sciences or humanities? It kind of depends on what you mean.
We've updated the Topics page of our website to better organize and share our expert content. Read more about it here. November edited November in UC Transfers. The only good math professor teaching stats for spring just got full. Nothing but horrible teachers are left. However math for liberal art majors is avaliable with a good professor. Idk if i should take it tho whats the difference?