Advanced Algebra with Financial Applications is a collegepreparatory course that uses sophisticated mathematics tobecome financially responsible. The course employs advancedalgebra, probability and statistics to solve financial problemsoccurring in everyday life. Inquiry-based problem unitsinvolving investing, credit, banking, auto insurance, mortgages,employment, income taxes, budgeting and planning forretirement are solved by applying the relevant mathematics.Field projects, computer spreadsheets and graphing calculatorsare key components of the course. Students will apply theCommon Core Mathematical Practice Standards when solvingproblems and completing performance tasks.
Financial Algebra is approved by UCOP to meet "c" mathematics "a-g" requirements.
Grade Level: 10-12
Graduation Credit: Mathematics
UC/CSU Credit: (c) Mathematics
Length of Course: Year
Requested competency code:
Per ABOR, in order to be considered a math, a course needs to meet the following requirement "Applicants must complete 4 high school credits in collegepreparatory mathematics including algebra i and ii, geometry, and culminating in 1 credit in advanced mathematics for which algebra ii is a prerequisite."Policy: https://public.azregents.edu/Policy%20Manual/2-121-Undergraduate%20Admission.pdfThis course does not include a pre-requisite. Please resubmit with math pre-requisite information included.