About this course

Maths is the subject that every educated person needs to know how to process, evaluate, and understand numerical and graphical data in our society. Basic and relevant statistics for potential primary school teachers, including whole numbers and area value operations by whole numbers, numerical theory, fractions, measurement and value, decimals and percentages. For early Childhood and Pr-elementary Education majors only. Mathematical applications in problem solving, finance, opportunities, mathematics, geometry, population growth. Note: This course does not cover algebra and the per-calculated skills required for calculus. A course designed especially for students in social and environmental sciences. Topics include graphical methods, modes of moderation and distribution, basic possibilities, random variables, examples of these, confidence periods, and hypothesis tests. We will focus mainly on ideas of density and dynamics in relation to the production of the Connecticut prison. Students will learn about geometry of demarcation and voting theory to better understand the impact of imprisonment.


Lower Grades

  • Counting
  • Addition
  • Subtraction
  • Multiplication
  • Division and Long Division
  • Word Problem
  • Fractions and Decimals
  • Unit of Measurements
  • Percentages
  • Order of Operations
  • Ratios and Proportions
  • Types of Numbers
  • Probability and Chances
  • Shapes (2D :Areas and perimeters)
  • Scientific Notations
  • Prime Factorization


High Grades

  • Money and financial maths
  • Patterns and Sequences
  • Locations and transformation
  • Data representation and Interpretation
  • Geometry and Pythagoras
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Algebra-I
  • Linear and Non-Linear Algebra
  • Trigonometry
  • Gradients of parallel and perpendicular lines
  • Graphical representations of relations such as simple quadratic, reciprocal, circle and exponents
  • Polynomial
  • Quadratic Equations
  • Arithmetic Progressions
  • Surface areas and volumes of 3D and Irregular shapes


Our course begins with the first step for generating great user experiences: understanding what people do, think, say, and feel. In this module, you’ll learn how to keep an open mind while learning.

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