Introduces non-technical applications of mathematics in the modern world. Cultivates an appreciation of the significance of mathematics in daily life and develops studentsâ€™ mathematical reasoning. Subjects include quantitative information in real-world situations, geometry, statistics, and probability.

- Apply mathematical principles used in real-world situations.
- Relate numerical concepts to problem-solving applications.
- Perform computations with real numbers.
- Apply geometric principles to solve problems.
- Demonstrate counting techniques.
- Demonstrate understanding of basic concepts of statistics.

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