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Topics in Mathematics

Through a process of supportive exploration, students will develop familiarity with a variety of mathematical fields, as well as competence in the processes of mathematical thinking and doing. Topics for investigation will include historical mathematics, number theory, analytic geometry, calculus, non-Euclidean geometry, and linear algebra. The course will integrate a review of algebra, geometry and trigonometry. On-site math experience, manipulative materials and models, cooperative learning groups, as well as computer software will all be part of the investigative process in this course. No previous college-level study of math is required.