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What is university level math like?

Asked by RedDeerGuy1 (17713points) March 11th, 2017

Can you give me a taste? To see if I could handle it?

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Patty_Melt's avatar

The courses vary, according to your needs to fit your major. There are courses no more difficult than high school.

dxs's avatar

Here’s some work I did for my analysis class. Sorry for the bad quality—hopefully you can see what it says.

Tropical_Willie's avatar

Linear programming two semesters

Calculus two semesters

Statistics two semesters undergrad and two graduate school

johnpowell's avatar

It depends on your major obviously. Something like Sociology isn’t going to be that bad. I think my sister only had to do math 111 for B.A. and that was pretty much graphing functions when I took it.

I hade to take a lot of calculus and statistics. It wasn’t terrible but you want to go in with a solid foundation.

LostInParadise's avatar

For a degree in psychology, you are likely to need a course in calculus and a course in statistics. If you have not taken calculus, it will be like nothing you have seen before. I would recommend taking an online tutorial before taking the class.

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