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From: JJ/FL (65.3.254.188)
Subject:         Re: Consumer Math vs. Algebra II
Date: September 18, 2010 at 5:41 am PST

In Reply to: Consumer Math vs. Algebra II posted by allison on August 4, 2010 at 5:19 pm:

It depends on what college your son wants to attend. If attending a local community college the consumer math will probably be fine, but remember he will still have to take some sort of placement test. If a state college/university, the consumer math will probably not suffice.

If he is weak in math, why not do the Alg 2 for a year courst and do a consumer math for a semester and maybe combine it with some computer instruction in perhaps Excel. Consider it an Intro to Personal Business course. Perhaps you could include consumer math with a semester Economics course.

If he is college bound, the Algebra 2 will ultimately serve him well. Even if he is not a star student in it, the exposure will benefit him in his college math course(s).

Blessings!
JJ


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