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## What is the basic math class in college?

Basic college math topics include **whole numbers, fractions, numbers, decimals and integers**. Problem solving, algebra, percents and geometry are also included in course content.

## What math is college level?

College/university math includes **college algebra, trigonometry, analytic geometry, calculus, and differential equations** at the base level. Then any other type of mathematics is possible.

## What is math117?

Descriptive analysis and treatment of data, probability and probability distributions, statistical inferences, linear regression and correlations, chi-square, and some nonparametric statistics. … Preexisting statistical computer programs may be used for some applications.

## What math comes after algebra 2?

**Advanced Algebra / Trig** Immediately follows Algebra II. Covers all of Trigonometry and some of the Math Analysis SOLS.

## Is college algebra hard?

College Algebra, like any lower division math course is extremely easy… when you understand it. At this level there is no “easy” and **there is no “hard”**. There is math that you know (easy) and math that you have yet to learn (hard).

## How difficult is college math?

College math is easily manageable and might even turn out to be fun if you follow our 10 tips for acing the math requirement: 1. Get in—and stay in—the right level. Colleges often have several levels of calculus and **up to five versions of algebra**.

## Why is algebra so hard?

Algebra is **thinking logically about numbers** rather than computing with numbers. … Paradoxically, or so it may seem, however, those better students may find it harder to learn algebra. Because to do algebra, for all but the most basic examples, you have to stop thinking arithmetically and learn to think algebraically.