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Consumer Mathematics

Consumer Mathematics

Prerequisite: None

Course Description: This course is designed to provide an opportunity for students to develop foundational personal finance knowledge and money management fundamentals as they get ready to embark on adulthood. The Consumer Mathematics course helps students build the financial know-how to be successful with making personal financial choices.  Students learn about money-saving options involving credit and loans with interest, the basics of mortgages, investments, insurance, and taxes. The course also connects and expands the students’ skills in statistical data analysis.  Each of the units is designed to incorporate the necessary mathematical calculations as well as in-depth projects that allow the students to research and explore real-world applications that will impact their adult lives.

Department: Mathematics 

Teacher: Cari Ann VanDevelde

Credit: 1 Credit (10 Units) 

Length: 1 Year 

Grade Level(s): Secondary II, III or IV 

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