Liberal Arts Mathematics 2 – 1 Year
Length: 1 year
Liberal Arts Mathematics 2 addresses the need for a course that meets graduation requirements and focuses on reinforcing, deepening, and extending a student’s mathematical understanding. Liberal Arts Mathematics 2 starts with a review of algebraic concepts before moving on to a variety of key algebraic, geometric, statistical and probability concepts. Throughout the course, students hone their computational skills and extend their knowledge through problem solving and real-world applications. Course topics include analysis of quadratic, polynomial, exponential and logarithmic functions; arithmetic and geometric sequences; trigonometry and trigonometric functions; coordinate geometry and proofs; statistical analysis; experimental design; and applications of probability.