I have not signed for any classes yet but I am 100% certain I am going to take trig, chem, sociology/philosophy. I can take one other class and I was leaning towards a math class because I want to build my math skills before I head into calculus (trig is a prerequisite). I have options between finite mathematics and statistics.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

My current focus is chemistry and I do not know which course is better for a chem major or if at all either is helpful. BOth of these classes require only college algebra certification with no calculus. DO you think either one be worth taking, and if so which and why? I am leaning towards the finite math course.

If I do not sign for another math I will have to sign for both sociology and philosophy or antoher liberal art.

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