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MTHH047: Financial Algebra

Credits: 0.5 units/5 hours
6 Evaluations, 3 Projects, 3 Progress Tests
6 Teacher Connects

NCAA Approved
UC a-g Approved

Financial Algebra is a combination of Algebra and finance taught using applications and project based models. Financial Algebra is a course designed for students who are pursuing a stronger knowledge and skill set of Algebra concepts. Financial Algebra combines algebraic and graphical approaches with practical business and personal finance applications, which help to motivate students to explore algebraic thinking patterns and functions in a financial context. 

PREREQUISITES: Students should have completed two years of algebra and one year of geometry prior to enrolling in this course.

Course Materials


Textbook: Financial Algebra-Advanced Algebra with Financial Applications.   (ISBN: 9781285444857)


Financial Algebra (2 Volumes) MTHH047055 (printed course content)

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