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What is secondary math?

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Curtis Strite
Answered 2021-04-22 22:45:45

Secondary school mathematics consists of mathematics typically taught in middle schools (a.k.a., junior high schools) and high schools (or secondary schools) โ€” that is, roughly ages 11โ€“17. It is preceded by primary school mathematics and followed by university level mathematics.

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