Q: What math classes are required to be a photographer?

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they use math when they are in the field and they kicking angle

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to draw a graph

you dont but you do to do taxes

I believe the question was not what is taught now, but rather what type of math classes were required in the 1950's .

The math class(es) you are required to take in college are based on your area of study, so someone studying engineering may have to take certain math classes that a chemistry major may not have to take.

You should be good with 5th grade math. A geometry course wouldn't hurt.

Typically, this program does not require a higher level math. In many cases, a college algebra and statistics will be required.

Typically, the minimum required math is Calculus I, II, II, and differential equations.

You must complete any high school required Math. This math will help you solve complex cases that have to do with time and that may require you to multiple, divide and even use equations

Acting is one of the few worthwhile careers where you can probably get along without a whole lot of math.

Most arts degrees require less math classes than their science counterparts, thus you should expect one to two math classes as long as you pass your college entry exam and start at regular freshman levels.