Q: What type of math classes does colleges and universities are required to take?

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I believe the question was not what is taught now, but rather what type of math classes were required in the 1950's .

Acting is one of the few worthwhile careers where you can probably get along without a whole lot of math.

the math classes you have to take to be veterinarian is the number of classes you have to take to be a veterinarian.

The requirements differ from one country to another, but a good example is Michigan: Elementary education classes are pretty much prescribed by the program. Unless your declared major or minor is math, you will be required to take only those classes that are university requirements. Generally, that is algebra.

Most colleges require 1 class each of Chemistry and Algebra. My nursing school also included Nursing Math in their program that teaches medication doses and figuring IV drip rates. Hope this helps

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Most colleges now offer online classes in math. Start by going to your local community colleges website as they typically offer classes at a cheaper rate.

they use math when they are in the field and they kicking angle

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to draw a graph

you dont but you do to do taxes

Most universities will require some sort of math for any major as a "General Education requirement." Some universities will have you take a placement exam before entering college to see what math would suit you the best. For a Biology major, I'm going to bet you need to take a Calculus course. Oh no! Don't fret too much though. Some universities have calculus classes specifically for some majors. (For example, at my school we have "Calculus for Business, Life, and Social science majors" that is required for Biology majors and also "Engineering Calculus" for engineers). I took both and the Calculus for Business, Life, and Social science majors was much easier that the engineering Calculus. This will vary for different colleges and universities though.

I believe the question was not what is taught now, but rather what type of math classes were required in the 1950's .

Math 55 is considered the most difficult math course offered at a United States University. Though there are Math 55 classes an multiple universities, the famous one is taught at Harvard.

You should be good with 5th grade math. A geometry course wouldn't hurt.

Typically, this program does not require a higher level math. In many cases, a college algebra and statistics will be required.

Yes, most colleges/universities have basic skill requirements and one of the requirements is 2-3 years of math at college level or higher.