Students will learn to represent data with different graphs and plots, find measures of central tendency, produce probabilities, and use estimation and problem-solving skills; this course also covers basic geometric concepts such as solving problems with line segments and types of polygons, performing operations with decimals, finding factors and multiples of numbers, and finding areas and perimeters of different polygons. This is the first course in a two-part Seventh-Grade Mathematics series (MATH 031 and MATH 033).

Course Details

Note
You will need access to a graphing calculator (TI-30).
Course Outline
Unit 1: Representing Data
Unit 2: Probability Models
Unit 3: Geometric Concepts
Unit 4: Decimals
Unit 5: Number Theory
Unit 6: Measurement
Syllabus