# Peoria Unified

Financial Algebra is an in-person course that meets a 4th-math graduation requirement. The
fundamental purpose of Financial Algebra is to use sophisticated mathematics to
give you the tools to become a financially responsible young adult. The employs
algebra, precalculus, probability and statistics, calculus, and geometry to
solve financial problems that occur in everyday life. Real-world problems in
investing, credit, banking, auto insurance, mortgages, employment, income
taxes, and budgeting and planning for retirement are solved by applying
relevant mathematics. Field projects, computer spreadsheets, and graphing calculators
are key components of this course.
The
goal is to provide students with the means to better understand the world
through financial analysis, mathematical precision, and numeric predictions.

More >>>College Math is usually a Junior/Senior course that meets the 4th math credit required for graduation. It is also a dual-enrollment course through Glendale Community College.

More >>>4th Math Credit for graduation requirements. Focus on Financial Applications of Algebra.

More >>>This course is the online component for Mr. Aylward's College Algebra Courses.

More >>>An online supplement to the traditional Precalculus Honors course taught in my classroom.

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