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It all depends on where you live. The state in which you live determines that. For example, I live in Ohio, and to graduate students need 3 math credits which translates into 3 years of math, but we just passed legislation stating that now students need 4 math credits to graduate. So now it looks like students will take math every year in high school. Check with your own state's Deptartment of Education to find out or ask a high school guidance counselor in your area.

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4 years

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(4 in high school) + (4 in college) = At least 8.

In high school and roughly the first 3 years of college . . . as many as you can get.

12 credits for each quarter = 3 years

Yes, high school students should have four years of English and Math if they want to attend The Citadel.

You can be anywhere from a middle school to a high school math teacher. You can be anywhere from a middle school to a high school math teacher.

Math is not a requirement for entrance into law school. The amount of math is only what is required to graduate with a bachelor's degree.

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There are many hundreds of different types of math courses. You have course in high school, college, trade school, continual learning, etc. The types of math courses are limited only by the imagination of those who design math courses.

This is a YES! You will need to take algebra 2 as a high school course which will eligible you to qualify into state colleges. A-G requirements are also what many college look at and decides. For example 3 years of math(alg1,geometry,alg2) will make you be eligible or states as for University is 4 years of math. But city colleges, you may not need alg2 but your math assessment in high school. Colleges also will have placement test that will test your math skills and rank you amongst how your score is as well.

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Well many of the courses in college require sufficient math./ It like learning to read in school. However, if u get a 90% avearage or above in high school math. You would not need to take the math course in higher education. Well many of the courses in college require sufficient math./ It like learning to read in school. However, if u get a 90% avearage or above in high school math. You would not need to take the math course in higher education.

take as many advanced math classes in high school, You also need math through calculus

Most careers require that a person has some sort of college degree. Most states require a bachelors degree or 4 years of schooling to become a high school math teacher.

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What math at what level? Do you mean the final math courses to get your doctorate or from high school on?

there's 515 in Wisconsin alone.. so do the math, roughly 25,500 high school teams in the U.S.

high school algebra CORRECT ANSWER: Linear Algebra in high school.

The difference between college trigonometry and high school math is that college courses tend to be more focused in one subject. High school courses tend to provide the student with a broad understanding of math.

the high school classes that are needed, are 60% or above in biology30, chemistry30, math pure 30and English 30 after. high school then go to pre pharm for 2 years then enter pharmacy school for 4 years. It should be a typical college prep program, with a strong foundation, in biology, chemistry, physics, math, and some computer literacy course work.

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