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## What is the lowest math you can take in college?

Students who start at the lowest level of remedial math may otherwise face a long slog through three or even four remedial courses in arithmetic, beginning **algebra** and intermediate algebra. And that’s before they can even get to the first college-level math course, generally “college algebra” or pre-calculus.

## 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 level of math is college math?

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 level of math is needed for college?

Most colleges want students to have at least 3 years of high school math, though more selective colleges prefer 4 years. Prioritize taking several of the following courses: **Algebra 1**. **Geometry**.

## What math do freshmen take in college?

Most first-year students who take a mathematics course will begin in the **calculus sequence**. Consult the Calculus Placement Decision Chart and visit the Calculus/Statistics Placement page to determine which course to take first. Math 101: Calculus with Problem Solving.

## What is considered basic math?

Generally, **counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division** are called the basic math operation. The other mathematical concept are built on top of the above 4 operations.

## What are the levels of math classes?

**The typical order of math classes in high school is:**

- Algebra 1.
- Geometry.
- Algebra 2/Trigonometry.
- Pre-Calculus.
- Calculus.

## What is math 6A in college?

Math 6A Academy

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## What is considered a college level math course at Oakton Community College?

The following courses are taught through online resources:

Course Code | Course Title |
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Math 140 | College Algebra |

Math 143 | Finite Math |

Math 149 | Precalculus |

Math 250 | Calculus |